This tweet sucks! Why would you congratulate Odell Beckham Jr. here? What is Peter King’s deal?
After his appeal hearing this afternoon, Giants WR Odell Beckham’s one-game suspension for basically assaulting Josh Norman was upheld. He’ll miss Sunday night’s game against the Vikings.
ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski was all excited to drop a HOT SCOOP about the Odell Beckham Jr. appeal hearing this afternoon:
NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino said that he spoke with an official at the height of the personal foul battles between New York and Carolina, and told him that the league would support the ejection of Odell Beckham Jr., and possibly Josh Norman as well.
It’s hard to know what to make of Batghazi—the claims, which were released to various reporters all at the same time, hinting they came from a Giants source, that Panthers players gestured toward Odell Beckham Jr. with baseball bats before the game in which Beckham completely lost his composure. Here’s some more video…
Odell Beckham Jr. should have been ejected after his helmet-to-helmet hit Josh Norman. He wasn’t, for reasons known only to the officiating crew. But he was actively hurting the Giants with penalties, and wasn’t getting anything done on the field (just one reception for three yards at the time), and Tom Coughlin could…
Odell Beckham Jr. was suspended one game without pay for a whole bunch of personal fouls against Carolina on Sunday. The NFL was apparently unswayed by late reports that he felt threatened by baseball bat-wielding Panthers players. Beckham will appeal his suspension, according to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.
Are you ready for the war of fists and words between Odell Beckham Jr. and the Panthers’ secondary to reach (sink to?) a new level of absurdity? Well then you are in luck, because now baseball bats are involved.
Despite the headline, this isn’t a hot take. I’m not trying to convince you of anything. It’s a statement of fact, really: given Beckham’s increasingly violent tantrums, culminating in a legitimately dangerous after-the-whistle hit on Josh Norman, he had absolutely no business being in that football game.
OBJ redeemed his no-good-very-bad day full of punches with this late touchdown catch.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s matchup today with Josh Norman, perhaps the best corner in the game this year, is one of the coolest one-on-one matchups we’ve seen all year. On the Giants’ fourth play from scrimmage, Beckham burned Norman, and then dropped a perfectly good touchdown. A few plays later in the quarter, he and…
It makes you wonder how the Giants ever lose a game, when they can seemingly just throw a football anywhere within his gravity well and he’ll pull it in.
It was one year ago today, a Sunday night game between the Giants and Cowboys, when Odell Beckham Jr. made his one-handed catch. I have absolutely nothing to add to this commemoration, other than gifting you the blessed memory of the totally fucking awesome thing that happened.
The Wall Street Journal’s Kevin Clark has a fun new story about Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who wants to become ambidextrous so badly that he is doing as many tasks as possible with his non-dominant left hand.
Giants receiver and Madden cover boy Odell Beckham Jr. was asked by the Huffington Post what one thing he would change about the NFL. He took a second to think, then answered, “I think that we should make more money, personally.”
Well, if you match with Stephanie, you'll immediately have a way to start the conversation.
The NFL has announced the 2015 Pro Bowl rosters, and since you aren't going to watch the game nor do you actually care about the Pro Bowl, here's the actionable information: Odell Beckham Jr. did not make the team. Despite being tied for the fourth most TDs, having the third most yards per game, and pulling off by…
A few days ago, in the Cowboys-Giants game, Odell Beckham Jr. made a very difficult catch. How? He just did it.
According to CBS' Solomon Wilcots, after his stunning catch last night Odell Beckham Jr. apparently went to the local courthouse and changed his name!