According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, OBJ arrived at the Giants' facilities Monday morning, one day before the subsequent start of mandatory minicamp.
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The Giants icon will only receive a base salary of $1.8 million in 2017, so I'm sure he doesn't want to give up any of his moolah due to minicamp absence fines.
Beckham isn't known for his leadership, but rather his pure skill and unparalleled athleticism. Something observed by his absence from OTAs.
On May 25, Beckham told NFL Network "I love my team and am excited about the season," and that he would "for sure" be attending mandatory minicamp.
Pretty straight forward stuff from the Giant's star.
The controversy revolving around Beckham and his contract has died down a bit, but the question still remains, will he hold out if he doesn't receive a contract extension next season?
Owner John Mara made it very clear that he would like Beckham to finish his career as a Giant, so he could very well become the highest paid wide receiver in the game.
With the additions of Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram, the offensive capabilities are much improves, and will ultimately allow OBJ more one-on-one opportunities.
The bottom line is that it's going to be an exciting season with Super Bowl potential, but it all comes down to chemistry and if the offense can fire on all cylinders.