Beckham, who rode a stationary bike Monday at practice, didn't appear to favor his ankle either during the calisthenics or when he jogged to stretch his legs in the warmup.
Odell Beckham Jr. returned to the field with the Giants on Wednesday for the first time since spraining his left ankle on August 21 in Cleveland, but he did not participate in practice. According to Paul Schwartz of The New York Post, Beckham participated in team warmups, but then went to the sidelines. "But patience and trust". But before we do, let's pause to give him credit for something he did off the field. If Beckham has a realistic chance to play in Sunday night's season opener, he will have to show significant progress in that Saturday session.
"As a Hurricane Katrina survivor, I remember the horror and terror that struck our nation many years ago when a storm touched down in my home state of Louisiana", Beckham said in the video.
Beckham said he has "done some running and cutting" and noted that "today was a good day".
At one point, one client even came close to catching him, saying, "Dude your voice reminds me of somebody..." He furthered his rehab from a sprained left ankle by running straight for about 20 yards, then waiting a minute or two to recover, and then running back.
Coach Ben McAdoo said that Beckham needs to be cleared by medical personnel before he can play.
Beckham entering training camp in what he declared the best shape of his career.
Beckham eventually walked off the field, but he said he knew how badly he was hurt and what the injury was. "Pretty natural. I haven't taped since high school".
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