After all, Mara did just say he's "tired of answering questions about Odell's behavior", per Newsday's Tom Rock.
Gettleman also acknowledged that things were different in today's National Football League than they were when he got into the business, and that teams have to manage certain locker room situations differently.
Trade rumours are surrounding the controversial star receiver and there has been strong speculation Beckham will hold out during training camp because he doesn't want to play the fifth and final year of his rookie deal without a new contract.
NY doesn't have to rush into a decision and, as co-owner John Mara said Sunday, while they are open to offers, they are not actively looking to trade Beckham Jr.
"Do I want him to be traded?"
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An interesting dynamic is certainly being set within this Beckham situation. This is a full purchase, and on top of the trade price, a new contract will have to be agreed.
"He's on our team right now", Shurmur said Tuesday morning. "I'm looking forward to working with him", Shurmur said.
Beckham Jr's behaviour has got him in hot water a couple times during his career, and doubts about his conduct resurfaced last week when a picture was seen of him on social media with a woman and what appeared to be a white powdery substance.
After securing a flurry of signings, John Dorsey, the Browns new general manager, has managed to hang onto all of Cleveland's picks in the first two rounds of the draft. While the franchise tag worked out great for Kirk Cousins, Beckham's physical gifts may not last another three years, and signing an NFL-record deal with a 28-year-old wide out is a lot less appealing for teams than signing one with a 25-year-old. However, the Giants aren't expected to make any special exceptions.
"When too much becomes too much, I think everyone's aware of it", Tisch said.