New York Giants: John Mara is exhausted of Odell Beckham Jr's antics

Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. looks

New York Giants: John Mara is exhausted of Odell Beckham Jr's antics

"Contracts get done when they're supposed to get done". Both acknowledged the existence of the seven-second video that began circulating earlier this month on social media while Beckham was in Europe on a Nike-sponsored trip.

At the National Football League owners meeting in Orlando this week, Giants owner John Mara told reporters that the video "wasn't helpful" and seemed to resent the attention to it in the first place.

"It's too often he allows himself to be put in bad situations and uses bad judgment", Mara said, adding that the video "wasn't helpful".

"I'm exhausted of answering questions about Odell's behavior and what the latest incident is, " Mara said. "I still he will be able to show us what we expect of him".

New York Giants co-owner John Mara has spent years discussing the behavior and maturity of superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and he's finally had enough of it. The two, who were married in 2016, announced late a year ago that they were expecting a son.

"We were aware of that", Mara said.

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Beckham is due $8.459 million in the final year of his rookie deal this season and it's possible long-term negotiations are stalled further if Mara's patience has grown thin. We're certainly not shopping him.

Unfortunately, things still do not seem to be resonating with Beckham, who was recently seen in a viral video that appeared to show him with marijuana and a powdery white substance. I think if we end up having a conviction about a quarterback, then that certainly would be something we'd have to strongly consider. "Coming off 3-13 when we played as poorly as we did, I can't say anyone is untouchable".

"I had an opportunity to visit with Odell and got a chance to get to know him a little better", Shurmur told the newspaper.

Odell Beckham Jr.'s latest controversy has led some to wonder if he's worth keeping in NY.

This entire situation has gotten to a point to where the Giants have grown exhausted of the constant issues that Beckham Jr. has caused for the franchise to deal with in the last few seasons.

Meanwhile, Beckham was named last week in a $15 million lawsuit filed by a man claiming he was brutally beaten by Beckham's bodyguard and another man. Beckham did not participate in the alleged fight, but he did not order security to stop, the man, Ishmael Temple, said. Beckham released a statement through his attorney calling the suit "frivolous" and accusing the man of a "shakedown attempt".

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