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GETTYNew York Giants owner John Mara is not willing to make exceptions for Beckham Jr's contract

The superstar receiver showing up, as Shurmur for the first time welcomes in his new players, would certainly send the message the Giants want to see from him.

Shurmur suggested Mara's comments were being overblown.

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". Last offseason, he said he wanted to become the "highest paid player in the National Football League". That said, the front office isn't openly shopping Beckham Jr.; rather, they are strictly listening to any potential offers that are presented to them at this point in time.

Asked about a hypothetical situation involving Odell, McVay said that "hypothetically, I think a player of his caliber can really do everything". Earlier in March, a video surfaced of the wide receiver with what appeared to be cocaine and a brown cigarette in hand. "And we want guys that understand what it is to be a good teammate".

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New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur says he expects Odell Beckham Jr.to attend offseason workouts when they start in April.

However, if the Giants are in contract talks with Beckham and plan to lock him up long-term, then these trade rumors will all just disappear. He had 288 receptions, 4,122 yards and 35 touchdowns in his first three seasons before last year's injury. "He's been an outstanding player, especially his frist three years", Shurmur said. We just got a chance to get to know one another.

In fact, Beckham may fall out with Gettleman before he's even played a single game for his new general manager.

Landry and Beckham Jr. played together at Louisiana State University, before being selected in the 2014 draft-where the latter was the number 12 overall pick, while the former was the number two pick in the second round.

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