Giants star WR Odell Beckham Jr. has taken a shot back at future Hall of Fame LB Ray Lewis. Or at least that is what it looks like.
Lewis went on The Herd with Colin Cowherd Monday, and had some strong words to say about the 25-year-old receiver, who he says has "removed God from his life."
"In everything that he is doing, he is crying out for help," Lewis said. "We have a lot of people reporting about it. But it's always been the duty of elders to go back to help. That's why I raised my hand and told him, 'I'm here whenever you need me.'"
Lewis notes that he and Beckham had numerous conversations with each other, but started to see him distance himself recently.
"I started to see he started to distance himself a little more and a little more and a little more," Lewis said. "Listen to me. I don't care about religion. I'm talking about a foundation.
"When your foundation is disturbed, when everything you are doing is the opposite of what got you to this place, then you are making your own life hard."
Hours after Lewis' comments, Beckham posted videos to Instagram of his family and friends praying together. His caption was even more curious as he said, "The foundation was installed at birth..."
Beckham was seen Monday at the Giants' facility working out on the first day of the team's voluntary offseason program. How many days he plans to participate is still up in the air, as he still has limitations on his surgically-repaired ankle he continues to rehab. However, after not showing up for last season's workouts, this shows commitment on his part, especially to a new regime in head coach Pat Shurmur and GM Dave Gettleman.