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Giants To Talk Contract Extension with Odell Beckham “Sooner Rather Than Later”

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New York Giants co-owner John Mara says that the team will look to open contract extension talks with Odell Beckham Jr’s agent “sooner rather than later.”

“I anticipate that we’ll be speaking with Odell Beckham’s agents sooner rather than later,” Mara said, according to NJ Advance Media’s Matt Lombardo. “I think those will start soon.”

Beckham, 25, officially reported for the start of training camp this week and is lining up for a lucrative contract extension.

 

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Giants Sign Corey Coleman To Practice Squad

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The New York Giants will be the latest stop of former first round draft pick Corey Coleman as the team has signed the wide receiver to their practice squad, according to Dan Duggan of The Athletic.

Coleman worked out for the Giants on Wednesday, and with joining the team, Coleman will suit up for his fourth team this season.

Coleman, who has been traded by the Cleveland Browns, released by the Buffalo Bills and released by the New England Patriots, has never lived up to his lofty draft expectations and is coming off a 2017 season in which he posted 23 catches for 305 yards with 2 touchdowns.

 

 

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Giants Waive Ereck Flowers

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The New York Giants have officially parted ways with tackle Ereck Flowers, a former 1st round pick, as they have announced that they have waived the veteran offensive tackle after failing to find a suitable trade.

Flowers, selected with the 9th overall pick in the 2015 draft, was a complete bust during his time with the Giants, and due to being a vested veteran, he will hit the waiver wire which will allow 31 other teams to put a claim in on him if they choose to do so.

Due to his salary, it may not be viable for a team to claim him on the waiver wire, at which point Flowers will hit the free agent market.

 

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Giants’ Evan Engram Week-to-Week

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New York Giants tight end Evan Engram will be week-to-week with a sprained MCL and will be out for Sunday’s tilt against the New Orleans Saints, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Engram suffered the injury during a low hit from Houston Texans defensive back Kareem Jackson following a 19-yard reception during Sunday’s game, and is expected to miss more than one week due to injury.

New York will turn to Rhett Ellison and Scot Simonson to cover for Engram during his absence.

 

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