Giants WR Odell Beckham is sidelined for the season with an ankle injury, but he is still making an impact on his teammates.
Wide receivers Roger Lewis Jr., WR Travis Rudolph, and WR Tavarres King each they hear often from Beckham, whose season ended when he was injured during the Giants' 27-22 loss to the Chargers on Oct. 8.
Lewis Jr., whose pivotal 34-yard catch late in the game helped put the Giants on the edge of victory in overtime, said Odell is like a brother to him.
"I get a lot advice from Odell,'' Lewis told the New York Post on Tuesday. "He's not just a top receiver in the league, he's a captain in our [receivers] room, he's a leader in our room. So whenever I get to talk to '13' it's a blessing.
King, who hauled in three caches for 48 yards, said Beckham's influence is powerful on and off the field and that he is "just a good leader, somebody you listen to, a student of the game."
And undrafted rookie Travis Rudolph said Beckham has offered words of encouragement for him and tells him not to overthink things.
"He said I have what it takes to play in this league and to play with confidence.''
In four games for the Giants this season, Beckham had 25 catches for 302 yards and three touchdowns.