Odell Beckham

#13 WR / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 4YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 198 lb Age: 25 College: LSU Bye 8

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Ditches walking boot

    Odell Beckham didn't have a walking boot on his right foot at the New York Giants' facility Wednesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.Perhaps unsurprisingly, a superior athlete is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a major surgery. Beckham worked out in the weight room Wednesday sans boot as he seeks to regain full mobility in his left ankle, according to Kimberly Jones of NFL Network. Once he achieves that step, Beckham will turn his focus to balance and strength. Considering where he stands, he should be running on all cylinders by the start of the offseason program in April.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Hits IR, undergoes surgery

    Odell Beckham (ankle), who was placed on injured reserve Monday, underwent season-ending surgery, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.In addition to Beckham, the New York Giants now use an IR spot for fellow receiver Dwayne Harris (foot), who is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery Tuesday. This opened up roster spots for Tavarres King and Travis Rudolph. It's expected that Brandon Marshall (ankle) will soon join Beckham and Harris on IR after undergoing his own season-ending surgery Tuesday, leaving Sterling Shepard (ankle) as the Giants' new unquestioned top receiver. Those absences are also likely to open up starting roles for holdover Roger Lewis and King, who were both listed as members of the first team along with Shepard on the Giants' unofficial depth chart heading into Sunday's game against the Broncos, according to Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record. Tight end Evan Engram, who boasts enough speed to line up out wide, could also benefit from increased targets with the losses of Beckham, Marshall and Harris creating a major void in the Giants' passing attack.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Injury confirmed as season-ender

    New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo confirmed Monday that Odell Beckham, who is scheduled to undergo surgery later this week to repair a fractured left ankle, won't play again this season.The grim news was fully expected after Beckham was in visible agony after being carted off the field when he injured the left ankle -- which he had previously sprained during the preseason -- in Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Chargers. The All-Pro wideout's absence just about ends any hope the 0-5 Giants have of climbing out of the NFC East cellar and leaves a huge offensive void in a battered receiving corps. So long as their own injuries don't prove to be multi-week concerns, Sterling Shepard (ankle) and Brandon Marshall (ankle) will likely see their target volumes pick up the most among Giants receivers, and rookie tight end Evan Engram can also be expected to carve out a larger role within the team's passing attack.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Will need ankle surgery

    Odell Beckham will undergo surgery this week to address a fractured left ankle, but the New York Giants have yet to formally schedule an appointment.Beckham's departure from Sunday's loss to the Chargers was the biggest blow of an injury-filled day for the Giants' wideout corps, which saw three other members exit early. The Giants aren't expected to issue a timetable for Beckham's recovery until after the procedure is completed, but it likely spells an end to the three-time Pro Bowler's season. Beckham, who had previously sprained the same ankle in the preseason and missed Week 1 while recovering from that injury, compiled 25 catches for 302 yards and three touchdowns in the four games he played. The team will likely turn to Sterling Shepard, who is day-to-day with an ankle sprain, and Brandon Marshall, who is undergoing further testing on the ankle injury he sustained Sunday, to absorb most of the targets that had previously gone to Beckham, provided neither Shepard nor Marshall is forced to miss extensive time.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Surgery to be determined

    Odell Beckham will undergo an MRI on his lower left leg before any decision is made on surgery, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.Initially, Beckham was believed to have a fractured fibula, per Kimberly Jones of NFL Network, but the New York Giants eventually called his injury a broken ankle. The team noted Beckham "may need surgery," which won't be ordered up until the extent of the damage is known. A candidate for injured reserve if the preceding comes to pass, the receiving corps will be without its clear No. 1 option and perhaps the next 2-to-3 wideouts with Brandon Marshall (ankle sprain), Sterling Shepard (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (foot fracture) all leaving Sunday's game at different points. Expect the Giants to schedule workouts in the near future to rebuild their depth at the position.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Undergoing surgery

    Odell Beckham (left leg) will undergo surgery in the aftermath of Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Chargers, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.The nature of the current injury is unknown at this time, but recall Beckham suffered a left high-ankle sprain in the preseason and has played through the concern in four consecutive contests, despite suffering a few setbacks along the way. Ultimately, this surgery may sound the death knell for his season, considering the gruesome play that preceded his departure Sunday. Expect the New York Giants to clarify Beckham's status in due time.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Leaves with ankle injury

    Odell Beckham was carted from the field Sunday against the Chargers due to an apparent left ankle injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.Beckham departed after a Chargers defensive back landed on his foot, which happened to bend in an unnatural fashion. A short time later, he was ruled out for the remaining minutes of the contest, per Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record. With Brandon Marshall (ankle), Sterling Shepard (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (broken foot) all unable to return before Beckham was injured, only one wide receiver (Roger Lewis) will emerge from Week 5 without an ailment.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Not listed on final injury report

    Odell Beckham (finger, ankle) doesn't have a designation on the New York Giants' final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Chargers, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.Beckham practiced in at least a limited capacity all week, though he did leave Thursday's session early due to cramping in his leg. Neither player nor team has expressed concern regarding Beckham's Week 5 availability, with the expectation all along being that he'd play through some minor injuries. He'll likely face coverage Sunday primarily from Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward, who held Alshon Jeffery to three catches for 29 yards and a touchdown on six targets last week.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Limited again Thursday

    Odell Beckham (finger/ankle) was a limited practice participant Thursday.In three appearances this season, Beckham has toughed out a high-ankle sprain and dislocated finger, but neither was to blame for Wednesday's limited showing. Instead, head coach Ben McAdoo told Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com that Beckham turned in an abbreviated practice Wednesday due to cramps. There's been no indication that Beckham's current standing is anything more than management of his reps. That said, his listing on Friday's injury report will forecast his ability to suit up Sunday against the Chargers' sixth-ranked pass defense.

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    Giants' Odell Beckham: Limited Wednesday

    Odell Beckham (finger, ankle) was officially listed as a limited participant at Wednesday's practice.Beckham's ankle injury has plagued him throughout the campaign, but he also suffered a dislocated finger Sunday at Tampa Bay. During the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, he didn't appear to be limited, per Tom Rock of Newsday. No matter, the pair of injuries was likely enough to force the New York Giants' hand upon the release of their first Week 5 injury report. Barring a setback, expect Beckham to be available Sunday versus the Chargers, even if he doesn't log a full practice by week's end.

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