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Odell Beckham Jr. is expected to be in attendance Monday for the start of the New York Giants’ offseason workout program, the wide receiver told ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Beckham is scheduled to fly from Los Angeles to New Jersey later Sunday. He plans to be at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Monday to check in, work out in the gym and meet with some people.
It’s a sign of solidarity as new coach Pat Shurmur and general manager Dave Gettleman attempt to reshape the team’s culture. While Beckham still desires a new contract, it provides the Giants a chance to look in person at the ankle he shattered in October and shows that Beckham is willing to buy into the new program.
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Shurmur has stated publicly that he believes it’s important for all his players to participate in the offseason program. He wants to use it to build chemistry and fortify relationships.
Beckham and Shurmur met in Los Angeles last month for a getting-to-know-you session. Shurmur said it went well.
Beckham wasn’t at Womens Scott Tolzien Jersey Duke University last week, where quarterback Eli Manning took some of his receivers for their annual trip.
Because the real difference between the two LeBrons has been felt on the defensive end, basic statistical measurements have had a hard time accurately capturing the magnitude of the flipped switch. With the massive data from Second Spectrum, however, each aspect of LeBron’s defensive impact can be measured and understood at a deeper level.
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