Separating fact from fiction: What Odell Beckham’s presence at Giants minicamp means now (and later)

This was the plan all along, no matter how many different variations of it have been tossed around publicly as if somehow then the narrative regarding Odell Beckham Jr. and the New York Giants would change.
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Beckham was always going to be here for mandatory minicamp Tuesday, continuing what he hopes is a path back to the game Scott Darling Jersey he essentially dominated for three seasons and the better part of four games before a fractured ankle sent him to the sideline, abruptly halting that ascension.

We have been in contact with Julio and his representation, Dimitroff said Monday. We will not discuss those conversations publicly except to say we feel they have been productive and constructive. We understand the concerns and thoughts from their perspective. Although not ideal, Julio informed us today he would not be attending minicamp. Back in May, Jones told TMZ that his absence this offseason wasn’t even about money.

It’s not  even about [my contract], Jones said at the time. Everybody wants a story right now. There’s no story to be told. I’m just working. I’m getting myself better. I’m just working on myself right now. There’s no bad blood between me and the team or anything like that. Everybody on the outside trying to look in and destroy what we built there. Whatever the reasons, Jones won’t be with his teammates for mandatory minicamp, which begins Tuesday. 

Bird is hitting .215 with 14 hits in 66 at bats since his season debut on May 27. He missed nearly two months to start the season after  undergoing surgery to remove a bone spur in his right ankle.

And despite clubbing two home runs in June, Bird has just three RBI Adam Joseph Duhe Jersey in the month to show for his efforts. Considering Bird has seen significant time in the middle of the Yankees’ potent lineup, it hasn’t translated into any significant numbers yet.

The crazy run also made him the early clubhouse leader at 2-over par, just a few hours after he began his round tied for 23rd and six shots off the top.

Unfortunately for Fleetwood, he couldn’t get putts to drop on Nos. 16, 17 or 18 – and that cost him the first 62 in championship history. As it turned out, it also cost him a playoff with champion Brooks Koepka, who finished at 1-over.

He knew immediately that those missed opportunities would bite him, too.