Report: Odell Beckham apologized to team Saturday night

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When Giants head coach Pat Shurmur was asked about wide receiver Odell Beckham‘s interview with ESPN on Friday, Shurmur took issue with Beckham saying the team lacks heart and said he’d spoken to the receiver about it.

Shurmur was also asked if Beckham would be disciplined, which he responded to by asking what Beckham would be disciplined for but the lack of formal punishment doesn’t mean Shurmur shrugged the whole thing off.

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that Shurmur was “absolutely livid” about Beckham telling Josina Anderson that he doesn’t know if Eli Manning is the problem with the Giants offense and that the team is being “out-schemed” when it comes to getting Beckham the ball. Shurmur also reportedly told Beckham he had to make it right with his teammates.

Per Glazer, Beckham tried to do that by apologizing at a team meeting on Saturday night and told the team it was the “wrong message” to send.

19 responses to “Report: Odell Beckham apologized to team Saturday night

  1. Well he’s not wrong, just listening to Shurmur and watching his scheme on Sunday’s….yeah Beckham is right, was a bad hire to begin with because of a lack of candidates.

  2. Sad that such a talented player will most likely be remembered primarily as a locker room cancer who threw his only playoff appearance away by partying the week before the game.

  3. Apologies aren’t doing anything to help his horrific game today. Dropped passes are the least of his problems today.

  4. And… he lets a punt bounce off his leg handing the Panthers a touchdown. Most emotionally fragile player in the NFL.

  5. Obviously the whole team can’t see the problem starts and ends with the OL! Just shut up and play until that’s fixed!

  6. red says:
    October 7, 2018 at 1:09 pm
    Hes the best player on the team, by far. Giants just don’t have a QB.


    He’s the most talented athlete on the team. But the *best* players are the ones who make wins happen. The Giants have had a lot of those guys over the years, but Beckham’s not one of them. He’s all stats and no accomplishments.

  7. Why didn’t they get rid of this idiot when they had a chance? They could have fixed their entire offensive line and gotten a boatload of solid draft picks by trading him!

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