Published: Thu, August 24, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Giants coach Ben McAdoo confirms Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall will be fine

Giants coach Ben McAdoo confirms Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall will be fine

The Giants' big-name, big-play wide receivers are both considered day to day, which is fine because they have 18 of those days until they face the Cowboys in the regular-season opener.

"It's not out of the question he could miss a week or two of the regular season, according to one source", ESPN's Jordan Raanan and Graziano reported Tuesday night.

Those hopes might have taken a blow on Monday night when Odell Beckham Jr. was forced to leave the team's game against the Browns with an ankle injury. Two-time All-Pro center Ryan Kalli also practiced Monday after sitting out two games with a shoulder injury and could play.

According to Yahoo Sports, Beckham is considering taking out an insurance policy, possibly for more than $100 million, for injury protection if he doesn't have a new contract before the season opener.

"It's up to coach", Beckham said.

"It is just football, I guess", Beckham said.

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Beckham himself stated after the game that he was "pretty concerned, but I think I'll be alright". He then took to Twitter.

Coach Ben McAdoo said Tuesday that Beckham and Marshall will be day-to-day after they were hurt during the first half of a 10-6 road loss to the Cleveland Browns. A high-ankle sprain would likely leave Beckham out longer than four weeks. McAdoo did not respond to whether Beckham had a high ankle sprain or a low ankle sprain. "The play wasn't a penalty, but it's something everyone knows that is something you don't do". "He's a tremendous player, one of the best in the league, tremendous competitor".

"I was just trying to hit him low, hit him in the target area, which is from the neck to the knee", he added, "just anywhere in there, but I wasn't aiming at anything specific or anything like that".

"We were just praying over the country and praying over things going on", Kirksey said.

Quarterback Eli Manning needs Beckham fully healthy for the Giants to get back to the postseason and build on their 11-5 record in 2016.

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