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Giants news, 5/19: Odell Beckham reportedly to attend OTAs

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OBJ reportedly will attend OTAs – ProFootballTalk

A year after he stayed away from most of the team's offseason program, Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has been present. And as Phase 2 becomes Phase 3 and Organized Team Activities (i.e., football practice) loom, Beckham reportedly will be there.

Odell Beckham to report to Giants OTAs | Here's why it matters | NJ.com
Wide receiver Odell Beckham was a limited participant during the Giants' voluntary pre-NFL Draft minicamp last month, but wound up catching passes in individual drills in the final practice of the week after spending a majority of time working with trainers on the side.

Odell Beckham will be at Giants practices next week
Odell Beckham Jr., in search of full health and a long-term contract extension, will be at the team facility Monday when the Giants begin Phase 3 of their offseason program, otherwise known as organized team activity practices.

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As long as Beckham is on the field, he's the Giants' best player. He's coming off a broken ankle but is running and cutting without much restriction in training. The injury isn't expected to have any long-term drawbacks, either. Beckham had at least 90 catches for 1,300 yards and at least 10 touchdowns in each of his first three NFL seasons. His return alone makes the Giants an exponentially improved team. -- Jordan Raanan

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