Browns WR Odell Beckham (hip) isn’t listed on the final Week 1 injury report. He practiced in full all week but admitted that he still hasn’t gone 100% since suffering the hip injury. OBJ will be worth watching closely in Sunday’s opener against the Titans, but he should be locked into fantasy lineups.
Browns WR Odell Beckham returned to the practice field Monday. He had missed most of the previous 3 weeks while dealing with a hip pointer. HC Freddie Kitchens told Cleveland.com that Beckham had been "working on the side." The return gives Beckham nearly 2 weeks to get ready for the regular-season opener.
Browns WR Odell Beckham sat out the team portion of Wednesday's practice with a hip injury, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano. OBJ was able to participate in some individual drills. "Team is not concerned about a long-term absence," Graziano adds. This sounds like a minor issue, but it'll be worth monitoring over the next couple of weeks -- especially considering Beckham's injury history and the high price fantasy drafters are paying to land him.
The Browns have reached a deal with the Giants to acquire WR Odell Beckham Jr. The deal will send 1st- and 3rd-round picks plus S Jabrill Peppers to the Giants. Beckham has 5 more years on a contract that he signed just last August, though there's no guaranteed money beyond 2020. The move obviously gives Cleveland a new #1 WR, one of the league's most talented. Beckham and WR Jarvis Landry will challenge each others' target counts in an offense that finished 2018 with lower passing volume. The Giants, meanwhile, sport no WR ahead of Sterling Shepard at the moment. We'll see what they do in free agency and the draft to address a position that's suddenly desperately shallow. Peppers joins a secondary that will also add Antoine Bethea in free agency. If Peppers and Bethea emerge as the 2 starters, the Giants might sport a lack in deep-coverage ability. The big fantasy winner here, by the way, is Cleveland 2nd-year QB Baker Mayfield.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) is out for Week 17. WR Sterling Shepard and TE Evan Engram will again serve as QB Eli Manning’s top 2 targets against a Cowboys team that figures to rest some defensive starters.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) remained sidelined for Wednesday's practice. He's unlikely to play in this weekend's finale against the Cowboys, again leaving WR Sterling Shepard and TE Evan Engram as QB Eli Manning's top 2 targets.
The Giants have ruled WR Odell Beckham out for Sunday's game at Indianapolis. That will once again leave Sterling Shepard as the de facto lead wideout. Shepard absorbed 9 targets in that role last week but caught just 2 balls for the 2nd straight game. Beckham's absence helps the volume outlook but doesn't turn Shepard into a strong option. TE Evan Engram, on the other hand, has topped 70 receiving yards in each of the 2 games Beckham has missed -- including last week's 12-target, 8-catch outing. He gets a better matchup than his WR teammates against a Colts D that ranks 7th worst vs. TEs in our adjusted fantasy points allowed.
The New York Post's Paul Schwartz considers Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) "likely" to miss the final 2 games of the season. Beckham's quad contusion is "showing little or no improvement." And the Giants, of course, have no reason to push him back out there. TE Evan Engram has been the biggest beneficiary of Beckham's absence over the past 2 weeks, totaling 17 targets, 11 catches and 152 yards.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) will not practice on Wednesday, HC Pat Shurmur said. OBJ has been sidelined since putting in a limited practice exactly a week ago. His availability for this weekend's game against the Colts is uncertain.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) is out for this weekend's game against the Titans. After putting in a limited practice on Wednesday, he was sidelined on Thursday and Friday. So he's not a lock to return for Week 16. Beckham's absence again leaves Sterling Shepard as New York's #1 WR against the Titans on Sunday. Shepard saw just 6 targets last week -- but that was a team-high and 27% of the total. He's a nice WR3 with QB Eli Manning likely to throw it more this weekend.
Giants WR Odell Beckham didn't have a specific injury to share when he spoke to reporters Thursday but said the bothersome quad "ain't right," according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan. Beckham apparently suffered the injury on the final play of the Nov. 25 game against the Eagles but played through it against the Bears the following week. As we passed along earlier, he did say it's getting better. Beckham also said he wouldn't know until Sunday whether he'll be able to play against the Titans. We'll be watching his status right up until the inactives come out.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) was non-committal when asked Thursday afternoon about his status for this weekend's game against the Titans. He did add that his quad is "much better." We'll see if OBJ is able to get back on the practice field tomorrow.
Giants HC Pat Shurmur said WR Odell Beckham (quad) won't practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. OBJ is getting “further evaluated” outside of the building, Shurmur said. This has been a strange situation since Beckham was a surprised scratch last Saturday. With the Giants having nothing to play for, it wouldn't be a surprise if he sat out Sunday's game against the Titans. We'll get another update on Beckham's status tomorrow.
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