Did Odell Beckham Jr. imply Dave Gettleman tried to ‘ruin his career?’

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Former New York Giants star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. may have recently implied that the team’s ex-general manager, Dave Gettleman, tried to ruin his career.

This isn’t the first time Beckham has accused Gettleman and former head coach Pat Shurmur of working against him, but it may be the first time he implied they tried to ruin his career. He also previously stated that the Giants organization had a personal vendetta against him. And yet, Beckham has also said that he’s not afraid of a return to New York.

Over his eight-year NFL career, OBJ has amassed 531 receptions for 7,367 yards and 56 touchdowns. Five of his eight seasons and roughly 75% of his career production happened in New York, and with Shurmur and Gettleman gone, it’s not as far-fetched to think he might return to Giants before his career ends.

Even Art Stapleton had something to say about it.

If you scroll through the replies, you’ll see that OBJ responded as well. That he’s interacting with members of the Giants organization and their media shows that he may be open to returning sometimes down the line. If nothing else, he didn’t dismiss that potential.

The bottom line is that a potential future reunion between Beckham and the Giants can’t be ruled out. At least not anymore. Those who he felt were working against him are no longer in East Rutherford, while his relationship with co-owner John Mara remains strong.

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