New York Giants

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and the New York Giants failed to agree on a new contract over the weekend, according to an ESPN report. On Saturday, Beckham told reporters he was "optimistic" the two sides would work out a deal. Agent Zeke Sandhu and the Giants reportedly couldn't agree on the market value for Beckham, who has said he wants to be the highest-paid receiver in the NFL.

New York Giants star Odell Beckham Jr has expressed confidence that a new contract will be agreed. The wide receiver, who opted not to holdout during training camp, reportedly opened discussions about a new contract with the Giants last week.  Beckham

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. said Saturday that he is optimistic that he and the New York Giants will work out a new contract. In his first news conference since early last fall, Beckham said his ankle is healed and his contract situation is positive. Beckham and the Giants hope to have a contract agreement before the season opens.

Breaking his left ankle and having his career put in jeopardy has given New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. a new perspective on life and football. Speaking to reporters here for the first time since getting hurt in a game in early October, Beckham on Saturday was thankful to be back on the field and seemingly more relaxed and more mature. ''I literally watched my world turn upside down,'' said Beckham, whose ankle snapped in a game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Oct. 8.

Aldrick Rosas can't have a repeat of last season if he wants to remain the New York Giants' placekicker. It was a no-brainer for then-coach Ben McAdoo and his staff. Then came the regular season and everything went south for McAdoo, the team - and Rosas.

The agent for New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. had a long conversation with the team's assistant general manager during practice on Thursday. Zeke Sandhu of Elite Athlete Management and Kevin Abrams of the Giants talked for almost two hours on the patio overlooking the team's practice fields as Beckham and teammates held a morning workout. Giants co-owner John Mara said last week the team was going to start negotiations on a new contract for the 25-year-old Beckham.

The New York Giants and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have started contract negotiations, according to ESPN. The hope is the two sides will come to terms before the Giants open the regular season Sept. 9 against Jacksonville. The revelation comes a few days after Giants owner John Mara said the two sides would sit at the table "sooner rather than later." Beckham, 25, could become the highest-paid receiver in the NFL.

The New York Giants and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have started talks this week that could lead to a new contract, reports Giants co-owner John Mara has previously said that negotiations with Beckham's agents would begin "sooner rather

A funny thing happens when you look at the odds to make the NFC playoffs. There are way more playoff teams than playoff spots. In the recent odds to make the NFC playoffs from Bovada, via OddsShark, nine teams are +150 (you’d be betting $100 to win $150) or better.

Damon Harrison isn't a big fan of change, so it might be a little surprising the massive defensive tackle is enjoying playing in the New York Giants' new 3-4 scheme. Harrison is having fun playing in the middle of the line flanked by second-year pro Dalvin Tomlinson and third-round draft pick B.J. Hill. While there are fewer linemen in the formation, players say the defense is much more aggressive than the old 4-3 scheme.

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