Injury sidelines Beckham, brings Giants to crossroads

Odell Beckham sat on a cart Sunday afternoon holding up his broken ankle with one hand, while his other hand covered his face with his jersey. This is why underpaid players hold out for new contracts.

This worst-case scenario of Beckham’s season — the Giants confirmed he had a fractured ankle while NFL Network’s Kimberley Jones said Beckham will undergo an MRI to look for ligament damage — mirrors the Giants’ franchise dive into 0-5 irrelevance following Sunday’s 27-22 loss to the Chargers. The conversation in New York will turn to coach Ben McAdoo’s job security and the possibility of earning the No. 1 overall draft pick next April. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday morning that McAdoo is not currently on the hot seat, “the Giants believe he is still a future very successful coach,” per Rapoport. For Beckham, it makes an uncertain future even cloudier.

Beckham has spoken about his desire to be the highest paid player in the NFL at any position, wanting to help “change the game” by getting superstar money in the same manner as the NBA’s biggest names. Beckham chose not to withhold his services during training camp this

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