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Reports have stated earlier this offseason that Odell Beckham Jr. would not set foot on the field for the New York Giants if he wasn't given a contract extension with the pay which he desired.

That much Giants coach Pat Shurmur would say on the morning of the first day of the offseason program.

"And when you see this, what Odell is doing to himself - first of all, I'm not just going to call him out, I'm going to call him", Lewis continued.

"I really believe that Odell is a professional and he wants to be great", Shurmur said.

Per Josina Anderson of ESPN, Beckham has a flight out of NY scheduled for later in the day, likely heading back to Los Angeles where he lives and trains in the offseason.

"All of these people on TV, we're just crucifying people, and disappointed in them", he added, "but our duty is to get on here to help them, to give them a way out". "I'm glad he's here today".

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Beckham is coming off a 2017 season in which a fractured ankle limited him to four games.

Speculation about a potential Beckham trade has been ratcheted up in recent weeks due to the impasse involving his contract negotiations.

"I'm not overthinking this", Shurmur said Monday, about 45 minutes before he was to address his new team in a 9:15 a.m. meeting. "I look forward to Odell getting one day better". "I'll speak with him and also devote my 2 pennies about everything, but he's must understand exactly what he feels would be ideal for him to get prepared and perform at a higher degree". And the difference of me and everybody else, I don't need nothing or want nothing from you.

In fact, the Giants reportedly were actively shopping OBJ and apparently offered him up to an unidentified NFC team.

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". However, he was limited to only four games past year, hauling in 25 receptions for 302 yards and three scores.