With free agency kicking off Monday and trades being swung left and right, Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. remains on the market, reports Jeff Howe of The Athletic.
Meanwhile, Matt Miller of Bleacher Report tweeted Monday that the 49ers could be a potential destination for Beckham.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported on March 3 that if a team was willing to overwhelm the Giants with an offer (think two first-round picks), that they're certainly willing to trade Beckham.
During the NFL Combine, Giants GM Dave Gettleman was given multiple chances to shut down the Beckham rumors once and for all. Instead, he danced around the issue, refusing to give a flat "no" when asked about the possibility of a Beckham trade.
Gettleman's primary talking point -- that the Giants didn't sign Beckham to trade him -- isn't enough to slow the rumors down. And Gettleman knows it.
So Beckham's name remains out there on the market, with fellow star WR Antonio Brown having just been traded to the Raiders for a third and fifth-round pick.
Brown, 30, was able to basically dictate to the Steelers where he wanted to be traded -- severely limiting the amount of suitors and lessening the return for the Steelers. That is not the case with the 26-year-old Beckham, who is entering the first season of a five-year deal worth $90 million.