The Giants will get their first-round pick back on the practice field on Monday.
Wide receiver Odell Beckham has missed just about all of camp after aggravating a hamstring pull early this summer, but he’s recovered enough to take part in practice. Beckham will be limited to individual work as he ramps things back up after so much time off, although coach Tom Coughlin said that could change quickly if Beckham handles the initial workload without incident.
“He is going to practice on an individual basis and then they are going to assess where he is,” Coughlin said, via the New York Daily News. “If he can do a little more, then maybe he will do a little bit more, but if he can’t then we will keep it strictly with individual.”
Beckham’s likely questionable at best for Saturday’s game against the Colts, but Coughlin and the Giants will likely be satisfied if he gets himself on schedule to play in the third preseason game after a frustrating start to Beckham’s career with the team, the story went on to say.