Hall of Famer and Giants Ring of Honor member, Michael Strahan, believes WR Odell Beckham Jr. has his head on straight, per ESPN's Jordan Raanan.
At the JustRivals.com Golf Classic Monday, Strahan said he spoke with Beckham this offseason, and thinks he did nothing wrong this offseason.
"He busts his ass," Strahan said. "I've seen this kid work. I've talked to him this offseason. His head is where it needs to be."
Beckham was on the hot seat for missing the Giants' OTAs as well as QB Eli Manning's annual Duke camp. Strahan vouched for him saying he didn't attend them back in his playing days.
"Everybody gives him a hard time about missing a little OTAs," Strahan said. "Hell, I didn't got to those things, so I'm the wrong person to be sympathetic for people who are giving him a hard time."
The 24-year-old was a participant at the Giants' mandatory minicamp at the beginning of the month, where players and coaches noted he was in great shape.
At his Citi Odell Beckham Jr. Football ProCamp at Kean University, Beckham noted how ready he is for this upcoming season.
"I think this might be the most [I've been ready] in my lifetime," Beckham said. "In every which way, I just feel it there...I've really been training and to have these next six weeks to get another opportunity to train. It's going to be great."
"Just like you said -- mentally, physically, spiritually, everything. I don't think I've been as ready as I am now."
Beckham amassed his first 100-catch season in 2016, hauling in 101 receptions for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is currently training back in Los Angeles as he awaits Giants training camp on July 27.
Strahan played all 15 years in his career with the Giants. He amassed 141.5 sacks on his way to seven Pro Bowls, five All-Pro selections, and one Super Bowl. His final game was the Giants' Super Bowl XLII victory over the Patriots.