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Odell Beckham Jr. goes through team drills with Giants

Odell Beckham Jr. goes through team drills with Giants

At long last, Odell Beckham Jr.is taking part in a Giants practice, which he has not done since suffering a high ankle sprain August 21 in Cleveland.

The Giants won't release their full injury report until practice ends early Thursday afternoon, but Beckham's workload increased during the brief portion open to the media at the start.

It looks like there could be some good news for Big Blue this week ahead of Monday night's game against the Detroit Lions.

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Huertas, who plays Moore's second husband on " This is Us ", was similarly excited for the actress. It's certainly good practice because I want to be a mom one day.

He looked a lot like Odell Beckham Jr.

Beckham, who hurt his ankle against the Cleveland Browns on August 21, missed the Giants' first game against the Dallas Cowboys.

The talented receiver sat out New York's 19-3 blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1.

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The Giants ruled Beckham out for the regular season opener, placing their star wide receiver on the inactive list following a 30-minute workout session during which he tested out his sprained left ankle.

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Giants have "much more optimism" that Beckham will suit up in Week 2.

Odell Beckham Jr.is inching towards an actual game.

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The Giants managed just three points Sunday and quarterback Eli Manning struggled without his top wideout. "It's different when he's on the field, but on there or not, we have to play better than what we did and we can and we will".