Odell Beckham Jr. said he's "here and I will be here," but some teams have reportedly taken an interest in picking up Big Blue's loud-mouth wide receiver.
The Giants have received "decent offers" for their star, according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, who teased that the hours leading up to Tuesday's 4 p.m. trade deadline will be "even crazier" than some of the deals that have already occurred.
"It was tossed around in the offseason, and I'm still here," Beckham told reporters after Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Washington Redskins. "I don't think I'm going anywhere. This is where I'm at. All I want to do is be the very best that I can be on the field -- off the field as well. ... It's really hard to think about that, but it is what it is."
At the same time, the Patriots are reportedly trying to snag a "bonafide premium wide receiver." Hm.
But don't expect Beckham to go anywhere: His massive contract makes him virtually untradeable. The receiver would count for $16 million in dead money on their cap next year, and the Giants would need to replace their best player.
At the same time, the Giants are clearly rebuilding by dealing away players like CB Eli Apple and DT Damon Harrison.