Rams make 23rd overall pick available in Odell Beckham Jr

Rams make 23rd overall pick available in Odell Beckham Jr

A day after New York Giants owner John Mara said that no one on the team's roster is "untouchable" in trade talks, wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr.is reportedly steadfast in his desire for a contract extension.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport took things a step further Tuesday, reporting that the Giants actually are listening to offers for the 25-year old.

Giants general manager Dave Gettleman, who is in his first offseason with the team, was asked on Tuesday if he wants Beckham to remain in NY in 2018.

Within two years, OBJ became the Giants star player known for his touchdown celebrations on the field.

McVay was careful on addressing the Beckham trade speculation specifically. "We're certainly not shopping him". Off-field concerns are also in play, but the ankle injury that ended Beckham's 2017 four games in is not in line to be a concern.

"I went back, as I was watching this year's quarterbacks I went back and watched his college film to compare him to the guys coming out this year, I went back and revisited my notes from doing him [as the Vikings offensive coordinator] a year ago, we had him rated highly", Shurmur said.

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"I think it's important that you get all the information", Shurmur said.

The Daily News reported that that the Giants are asking for a first round draft pick and more. "He's on our team right now, so that's how I'm moving forward as a coach". "I think he knows what we expect of him, and now it's up to him".

"We always want weapons", Shurmur said.

Over 47 career National Football League games, the three-time Pro Bowler has managed 313 passes for 4,424 yards and has accumulated 38 touchdowns.

Beckham has been very vocal in his desire to get paid in his next contract. "We want really, really good players".

So let's assume, just to start, that if Beckham were to be traded this summer that his new team would have to hand him a deal that was five years with a total around the $85 million mark with $59 million or so guaranteed, just as a baseline. "Were there guys back in the '80s and '90s that were great, great players that were flat insane and their teams won?"

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