Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Odell Beckham to undergo surgery on fractured ankle, out for the season

Odell Beckham to undergo surgery on fractured ankle, out for the season

Even with three receivers down, the New York Giants were in position to win after Odell Beckham Jr.'s TD catch.

Giants coach Ben McAdoo said Monday he spoke with Beckham and referred to his injury as a "sad situation".

Following the game, the Giants weren't ready to announce whether Beckham would have season-ending surgery.

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Additionally, Dwayne Harris, who also serves as the Giants' Kick/Punt returner left on a cart early in the third quarter with a fractured foot and is expected to miss the remainder of the season, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Brandon Marshall was also having further testing and evaluations done on his ankle while Sterling Shepard has been ruled day-to-day with a sprained ankle.

Beckham suffered a fracture in his ankle in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss as the Giants fell to 0-5 on the year.

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"Next man up", McAdoo said.

The slew of injuries to the wide receiving corps has also led the Giants to re-sign Tavarres King to the active roster and promote Travis Rudolph from the practice squad. "They're well-deserving of opportunities".

McAdoo was also asked if bringing in Victor Cruz, who was cut by the Bears before the season, was an option.

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Beckham Jr, 24, landed awkwardly in a heavy challenge late on as his side were defeated 27-22 - their fifth loss from five games this season. Neither player returned in the second half.

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