Giants fined Odell Beckham for interview comments

Florence Fletcher
October 14, 2018

Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants looks on in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys during the game at MetLife Stadium on December 10, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Before the first half even concluded Thursday against Philadelphia, Beckham walked into the locker room as New York's offense took the field for one final play before halftime.

Beckham's ESPN interview came amid the Giants' 1-3 start to the regular season, and two more losses have since followed. He had a QBR of 3.2 and a QB rating of 66.1.

Geno Smith apparently fumbled away his playbook last season with the Giants.

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"If anything would've happened to Eli Manning, you wouldn't have known what the hell was going on for the whole year", Banks said.

The comments from Beckham Jr. reportedly left Giants Head Coach Pat Shurmur "furious" and "absolutely livid".

Manning, a two-time Super Bowl champion, is now 37 years old and clearly in the twilight of his career.

Manning has struggled through the first six games this year, and he appeared nearly incapable of throwing the ball downfield in Thursday night's 34-13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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