New York Giants general manager Joe Schoen is not ruling out the possibility of the Giants reuniting with Odell Beckham. Beckham, who was the Giants' first-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft, was traded from the Giants to the Cleveland Browns in 2019.
Three and a half years later, the Giants may be interested in reuniting with Beckham. Beckham, who sustained a torn ACL injury while playing for the Los Angeles Rams last year, visited the Giants last month. As Beckham is considering his options, some believe he may return to the team that drafted him eight years ago.
Schoen suggested that the Giants would be interested in adding Beckham if they felt he could help the team achieve their goals. “Obviously, he’s been a good player. He’s a guy, you know, we’d consider and talk to when he’s healthy.
I think he did the ACL [surgery] in February, so not sure really where he is, you know, physically, but yeah, any player that’ll upgrade the roster we’re gonna consider and have conversations with their representatives," Schoen said, per Sports Illustrated.
The Giants seem to be open to the possibility of reuniting with Beckham
Giants head coach Brian Daboli was asked if he could shut down all the Beckham to the Giants rumors. But Daboli didn't do that, seemingly leaving the doors open for the possibility of the Giants signing free agent Beckham.
“I’d say that Joe and I talk about a wide variety of things: players, adding players, workouts on Mondays and Tuesdays. We’re always trying to improve our roster in any way that we can,” Daboll said, per the New York Daily News.
The Giants have been a pleasant surprise at the start of this season as they own a 6-2 record after their first eight games of the year. It remains to be seen if they will show real interest in signing Beckham.