Ben McAdoo vague on Odell Beckham's ankle injury

Ben McAdoo vague on Odell Beckham's ankle injury

And that, apparently, is reason for the Giants to worry, with a sources telling ESPN's Jordan Raanan and Dan Grazaiano that Beckham could miss New York's season opener against the Cowboys on September 10.

If Beckham were to miss the first two weeks of the regular season, the Giants could find themselves in a bit of a predicament.

Odell Beckham Jr., as the Giants' official Twitter account was trying to communicate, has an ankle injury after a scary moment in Monday night's preseason game against the Cleveland Browns. Beckham suffered an ankle injury on the play, and he remained sidelined through the completion of the game.

According to the report, a one-year insurance policy worth $100 million would cost Beckham roughly $600,000. He's very unlikely to play in the Giants' final two preseason games.

McAdoo wouldn't rule out Beckham next week, but it's likely we've seen the last of the superstar receiver until the regular season.

Beckham didn't appreciate the hit and limited his postgame remark to say: "I don't know".

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"I'm just thinking hit him low, make sure I don't get no fine or nothing", Boddy-Calhoun explained. And if he doesn't get a new deal before Week 1, Beckham will take measures to protect himself.

The Giants begin their season with two nationally televised games.

McAdoo said Beckham underwent an MRI, and X-rays on Marshall's shoulder were negative.

Beckham hurt his ankle on a low hit by Cleveland Browns safety Briean Boddy-Calhoun. "It's not a penalty, but everybody knows, that's something you don't do".

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