Head coach Pat Shurmur earlier had made a similarly non-committal statement when asked by ESPN about Beckham's Giants future, falling in lock-step with president John Mara's comments dating back to Sunday. He is set to be paid $8.46 million this season.
The speculation began in earnest shortly after a compromising video appeared on social media of Beckham.
For the avoidance of any doubt, the Browns' wide receiver then followed his initial tweet with an even more explicit "We want Beckham".
With the Giants being 3-13 last season and the video of Beckham surfacing, anyone on the team, including Beckham, isn't safe from being traded.
McVay said Donald signed off on the addition of Suh, who met with McVay and Phillips last week and learned about the role he would play in the Rams' defense.
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He's the best player in the world and we need to ensure that everything we do is geared towards him being comfortable. The match is one of the last essays for both teams before the 2018 World Cup of Russian Federation .
Speaking at the National Football League meetings, Mara said he is not angry with Beckham, who recently was seen in a video in bed with a woman and what appeared to be white powder, though the timing of the video and its content is uncertain.
NY doesn't have to rush into a decision and, as co-owner John Mara said Sunday, while they are open to offers, they are not actively looking to trade Beckham Jr. "We all understand that there are certain ways we need to act and certain things we don't want to be doing".
In the first three-plus seasons of his career, Beckham, the 2014 Offensive Rookie of the Year, has amassed 313 receptions for 4,424 yards with 38 touchdowns. I think he really cares.
There would be plenty of interest for a player of Beckham's caliber on the open market, and one of the best potential landing spots would be with the Rams in Los Angeles. "Where did you hear that?" the exec said". Odell is good at drawing attention to himself, which is not always good when trying to get a new contract.