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The Giants could conceivably trade Beckham, although it's unclear what kind of return they could expect.

OBJ made headlines earlier this month when a video of him in bed with a woman who appeared to be fixing up lines of white powder on a tray had found its way online.

If New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. intends to hold out for a new contract, that's news to new coach Pat Shurmur.

"I think when you are 3-13, nobody is untouchable", Mara said, via Dan Benton of Giants Wire.

If Shurmur learns more and likes more about Webb in the coming weeks, the Giants - already committed to at least one more year, and perhaps more, of Eli Manning - are not going to take a quarterback with their coveted first-round pick.

While the 25-year-old's antics are well documented-on Monday, as reported by Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, he claimed that he would not play this season unless a contract extension is agreed-his talent remains unquestionable.

"All reports are he will be ready to go as we get going", Shurmur said (h/t Rob Maadi, Associated Press).

Shurmur attended the Pro Days of Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold in Los Angeles and Josh Allen in Laramie, Wyo.

Trade rumours are surrounding the controversial star receiver and there has been strong speculation Beckham will hold out during training camp because he doesn't want to play the fifth and final year of his rookie deal without a new contract. "We all understand that there are certain ways we need to act and certain things we don't want to be doing". "I do know this, I've seen Eli in the building nearly every day here in the offseason, he's the fittest, healthiest 37-year-old I've been around".

"I think it's important that you get all the information, " Shurmur said of the video.

Over 47 career National Football League games, Beckham has reeled in 313 passes for 4,424 yards and 38 touchdowns. We want guys who are passionate about playing the game.

"That's my understanding, yeah", Shurmur said on Tuesday during breakfast at the annual NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla., via NFL Network's Kimberly Jones.