Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham has missed almost four weeks of training camp with a hamstring injury, and now may have re-aggravated the strain. During practice Tuesday, NJ.com's Jordan Raanan reports that Beckham pulled up during 7-on-7 drills, then jogged very slowly over to the sideline and stayed there for the duration of practice. Head coach Tom Coughlin insisted that Beckham didn't suffer a setback, but the beat reporter saw things differently.
More bad news for the rookie. The Giants liked Beckham enough to make him the 12th overall pick in the 2014 draft, and they were certainly hoping for a better start to his career. Beckham's been out for essentially the entirety of Giants camp, which won't help him learn Ben McAdoo's somewhat complicated West Coast offense. Rookie seasons are hard enough for receivers without the added complication of missed time. While Beckham holds value in dynasty leagues, re-draft league owners should think hard before spending anything more than a late-round flier on the rookie WR. Beckham is going undrafted in the average fantasy draft.