Odell Beckham Jr. goes through team drills with Giants

There's no glory in backing up Eli Manning

There's no glory in backing up Eli Manning

Odell Beckham Jr. returned to practice on Thursday, potentially on a limited basis, but nevertheless practiced in some form for the first time since spraining his left ankle in an August 21 preseason game in Cleveland. Unfortunately, the explosive pass catcher was a no-go because of an ankle injury sustained during the preseason against the Cleveland Browns.

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

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Maharaj is a bit more skeptical and said only time will tell as there are more hurdles for the technology here in the U.S. Yet, given that they come from Apple's most ardent fans, they also seem genuine concerns of the existing iPhone users.

This was the sixth game of Beckham's career that he missed. Beckham on Thursday not only warmed up with his teammates, but - for the first time - he participated in the Protect the Duke ball-security drill that always comes right after the warmup and stretching period. Needless to say, NY needs to get Beckham Jr. back on the field for Monday night's game against the Detroit Lions. However, he moved better than he did last week.

He was spotted in a dance battle with Oklahoma City Thunder star point guard Russell Westbrook, sprained ankle and all, last Thursday in the Meatpacking District.

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Smoke was rising from at least two places on the Myanmar side on Thursday. "National interest warrants their deportation". Bangladesh authorities say at least 100 bodies have been found in a border river and on nearby beaches, some with wounds.

Odell Beckham Jr. isn't just dancing in nightclubs anymore.

Beckham's impending return would provide a huge lift to a Giants offense that clearly needs it.

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In recent weeks, President Trump has referred publicly to "tax cuts" rather than the "tax reform" Ryan and Brady have discussed. As for the wealthy, Trump says that "the rich will not be gaining at all with his plan". "Would be subject to vote", he wrote .

The three-time Pro Bowler was inactive for the Giants' 19-3 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday night, a game in which the offense was limited to 233 yards.

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