Former Giant Calls for Odell Beckham Jr. Reunion

A former Giants defender wants to see Odell Beckham Jr. back at MetLife Stadium.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. catches the ball during warm ups. The New York
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. catches the ball during warm ups. The New York / Danielle Parhizkaran/

It's not strange to hear people say Odell Beckham Jr. and the New York Giants have unfinished business. The veteran wide receiver knew how to fire up fans at MetLife Stadium during his tenure with the Big Blue, establishing himself as one of the premier wideouts in the NFL.

Now, as a seasoned receiver, OBJ has struggled to find a permanent home in the league, but former DB Aaron Ross believes that Beckham and the Giants should link up again this offseason.

"I would love that," Ross, a two-time Super Bowl champion, told TMZ Sports. "From the first day he got to the Giants, that was the part that we needed since our Super Bowl run and he was amazing out there."

Beckham Jr. created a terrific tandem with Eli Manning during his first years in the NFL, becoming one of the best players in his position during the mid and late 2010s. Things have changed now and his best form is past him, but the Super Bowl champion proved last season that he can still make an impact on a team.

In 14 games played with the Baltimore Ravens, Beckham posted 565 yards on 35 receptions, scoring three touchdowns in the process.

After stops in Cleveland, Los Angeles and Baltimore, as mentioned earlier, there's no doubt that OBJ lived his best moment in the Big Apple, even though he won a Super Bowl with the Rams.

"I think his personality matches the New York environment," Ross added. "So I'd love to see that."

After spending four seasons with the Giants (2014-2018), he was traded to the Browns, as the front office believed it was in the organization's best interest. In 59 games with Big Blue, he recorded 390 catches for 5,476 yards and scored 44 touchdowns.

OBJ has admitted he wasn't happy with that decision, but it's been six years since that moment and perhaps a return to New York is what his career needs at this point.

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