Sport Report: 'Highly unlikely' Giants trade Odell Beckham Jr.

22:30  07 april  2018
22:30  07 april  2018 Source:   Pro Football Rumors

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Would you trade a first round pick for Odell Beckham , Jr ? New, 494 comments. Now, we have an idea of the price on Beckham . Giants beat writer Pat Leonard reported on Monday that the asking price is, “starting at a first-round pick plus.”

The Giants are asking for "at least" two first-round picks in exchange for WR Odell Beckham , Jr ., reports Adam Schefter of ESPN. So it should be no surprise that a source told SNY that it's " highly unlikely " that the Giants will trade Beckham any time in the near future.

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Odell Beckham Jr. is likely staying put. A source told Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.TV that it’s “highly unlikely” the Giants deal the star wideout. The reporter acknowledged that the organization could pull the trigger if they were blown away by an offer, but trading him is “clearly not something they want to do.”

Vacchiano writes that Beckham wasn’t necessarily on the trade block to begin with, despite owner JohnMara refusing to commit to the receiver’s spot on next year’s roster. The reporter notes that the front office was “listening and they were willing to consider it if the price was right,” and they’d continue to field offers until they sign him to a new contract.

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So it should be no surprise that a source told SNY that it's " highly unlikely " that the Giants will trade Beckham any time in the near future. Odell Beckham Jr . is back in off-the-field news as a man issued a lawsuit, suing the wide receiver million for his role in an assault, reports TMZ.

So it should be no surprise that a source told SNY that it's " highly unlikely " that the Giants will trade Beckham any time in the near future. Odell Beckham Jr . is back in off-the-field news as a man issued a lawsuit, suing the wide receiver million for his role in an assault, reports TMZ.

Previous reports indicated that the Giants were seeking a pair of first-rounders in a trade. They lost one potential suitor when the Rams acquired wideout Brandin Cooks, and the Patriots reportedly won’t pursue the receiver. Vacchiano hints that the 49ers could be a team to watch, as the organization could theoretically want a top wideout for Jimmy Garoppolo. Otherwise, the reporter notes that “it’s hard to think of any other team that makes sense.”

The 25-year-old was among the NFL’s top wideouts until an injury cut his 2017 season short. In 2016, OBJ had 101 catches for 1,367 yards and ten touchdowns en route to his third career Pro Bowl selection. However, he was limited to only four games last year, hauling in 25 receptions for 302 yards and three scores.

NFL teams no longer believe Giants will trade Odell Beckham .
Some NFL teams who have spoken to the Giants reportedly no longer believe the team intends to trade Odell Beckham Jr. With the L.A. Rams acquiring Brandin Cooks from New England and ending their pursuit of Beckham -- and the Giants’ asking price of two first-round picks reportedly deterring at least one GM in talks with the Giants to pass -- ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday afternoon on "NFL Live" that teams no longer think OBJ will be dealt.“When you talk to teams around the league that have been in touch with the Giants, they no longer believe that the Giants are going to be trading Odell Beckham Jr.

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