Ben McAdoo: 'No regrets' about Giants' handling of Odell Beckham injury

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Collins' primary issue was Boddy-Calhoun's decision to go low on a high throw to Beckham, who exited the Giants' 10-6 loss with a sprained ankle. He didn't warm up or participate at all.

ESPN reported that Marshall is further along in the recovery process than Beckham.

Despite jogging into the locker room and expressing optimism after the game, Beckham felt "very sore" on Tuesday, according to another source. Eighteen days is cutting it close. Per ESPN's Dan Graziano, Beckham's ankle injury could be slightly more serious than most thought.

The Giants' 2017 season slogan is catchy and direct: "He's Got An Ankle".

"We just had him in here for a treatment session, and we'll take it day to day", McAdoo said of Marshall.

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"You kind of not want to think about that. They're definitely a big part of our offense", cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said. You don't want to put your mind out.

"The play wasn't a penalty, but it's something everyone knows. you don't do. Now if he was someone just lying on the table or something, that's different".

It seems that for Odell Beckham Jr., that temptation was to strong to ignore. Defensive end Olivier Vernon replied, "No, not at all" when asked if he anxious Beckham might miss Dallas. Vernon added he had no doubts that Beckham would be ready for the Cowboys. He nearly certainly will not play Saturday night against his former team, the Jets. Saying he's only to miss a game or two would undersell the severity and allow the Giants to force opponents to game plan for him.

McAdoo downplayed concerns over both the injury itself and the response to it. Additionally WRs Dwayne Harris (upper body) and Tavarres King (ankle) did not practice Wednesday. This means Sterling Shepard, Roger Lewis, and Travis Rudolph practiced with the first team. Combined they have accounted for 72 receptions for 783 yards and 10 touchdowns at the National Football League level. Over the first three years of his career, the former first-round pick out of LSU has 288 receptions, 4,122 yards and 35 TDs. Marshall has more than 12,000 receiving yards and 82 touchdowns in his professional career.

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