Giants WR Odell Beckham said he is hoping to land a contract extension as he prepares to enter his fifth season in the NFL.
"It's that time just to get it over with," Beckham said, according to NJ.com. "I really want to do it so I can move past it. It's too much sitting around thinking, 'Where am I going to be at?' I need to know where I can start buying furniture for a house. I want to have a place set where I know, 'OK, this is home. I can always go back to home.' So it's just a little intermediate process right now. I'm sure it will get worked out."
The Giants picked up Beckham's fifth-year option last year. Owner John Mara recently said the team would address the contract situation at the appropriate time, but "that is not necessarily right now."
Beckham is not sure whether contract negotiations are already underway.
"My agent probably knows," Beckham said. "I don't really talk to him about it yet."
The 25-year-old Beckham was limited to four games in 2017 after fracturing his ankle, but he told NJ.com that he is "doing really good" so far in his rehab.
Through four seasons with the Giants, Beckham has tallied 313 receptions for 4,424 yards and 38 touchdowns.