Giants co-owner John Mara said during National Football League owners meetings that the video was "not helpful" for a player seeking a new contract adding that "I'm exhausted of talked about Odell's behavior".
Giants co-owner John Mara has been adamant in saying the franchise is not "shopping" Beckham. "He's a professional, and I'm glad he's here today". "This is the first day of work, this is the first opportunity to be here together".
"I really feel that Odell can be just a skilled and he wants to be incredible", Shurmur explained. "I look forward to Odell getting one day better".
What I'm disappointed in, is we had an agreement. "Quite frankly, I'm looking forward to the players challenging me to grow".
Beckham, who had his 2017 season cut short by a broken ankle sustained in October, has been pushing for a long-term contract during the offseason.
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For a player that has been labeled as immature by the media and fans, Beckham's arrival to voluntary workouts is anything but that as he prepares to make a comeback from an ankle injury that limited him to just four games past year.
"Where there's no God, there's chaos", Lewis said.
Shurmur said he planned to make changes in the way the Giants do things. He understands the importance of the offseason and he's a competitive guy ...
The Odell Mania was triggered two weeks ago, when co-owner John Mara, responding to the seven-second video, stated he was exhausted of having to answer questions about Beckham's behavior, adding that no player, not even Beckham, was "untouchable". I can't wait to see if OBJ stays or is traded by the NFL Draft, but until then, the saga continues... "We're not looking to get rid of him, OK?"
It's still unclear if Beckham will be cleared for participation in any of those workouts, or if he will choose to participate if cleared without clarity regarding his future contract status.