New York Giants wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr. suffered a hamstring injury last week vs. the San Francisco 49ers, but is expected to play vs. the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night.
Beckham Jr. missed the first four games of his rookie season due to a hamstring injury, and the fear of history repeating itself would put the Giants in a precarious situation.
Fortunately enough, he returned for the final drive of last week’s game, and forced a pass interference call that setup what would be the game-winning touchdown to tight end, Larry Donnell.
In a week filled with uncertainty and missed practice time, it looks like Beckham Jr. will suit up to play vs. the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night.
Giants are encouraged about chances of having WRs, Odell Beckham Jr. and Rueben Randle, play tonight; both WRs nursing hamstring injuries.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 19, 2015
Pregame warm ups will ultimately make the difference, but the way it looks (according to multiple sources), the 22-year-old receiver is on par to make an impact against Philly.
How much of an impact will he make? We will just have to wait and see. I can’t guarantee anything, fantasy owners.
But, I will say this. The last time he played against Philadelphia, he racked up 12 receptions, for 185 yards, and a touchdown.
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