With seemingly endless speculation swirling that the New York Giants are exploring trade possibilities for Odell Beckham Jr., one of the people who would be in charge of that decision isn't exactly giving the star wide receiver an enthusiastic endorsement.
The current understanding of the New York Giants wide receiver debacle is that he will not set foot on the field without a new contract extension with the Giants or any other team. He's set to make nearly $8.5 million in 2018 after NY picked up the fifth-year option in his rookie deal. Mara was asked whether it was possible to imagine Beckham in another team's jersey before next season and Mara's answer has many fans left confused.
Giants owner John Mara and head coach Pat Shurmur have both made comments this week that seem to leave open the door for a Beckham trade. 'There are steps he has to take.
The Louisiana native posted at least 90 receptions, 10 touchdowns and 1,300 receiving yards in his first three seasons with the Giants, before an ankle injury brought his 2017 campaign to a premature end.
But Shurmur added to the statement by saying: "That's another way of saying we're going to try and do everything we can to make our team better". "So to be clear: I'm not going to respond to questions about either report, and as I stated earlier, every decision I make is going to be in the best interest of the NY football Giants". The News has reported that the Giants' starting asking price is more than a first-round pick, but something less than two first-round picks.
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'I think it's important that you get all the information, " Shurmur said of the video. "Who knows how that video appeared?"
"I'm looking forward to working with him".
"We always want weapons. What do you want me to tell you?"
At the beginning of his career, Beckham broke records as a rookie, including the first and only rookie in National Football League history with at least 50 receptions at home and the only rookie with five games of 90-or-more yards in a single month.
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.