Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will finally make his NFL rookie debut on Sunday after dealing with a lingering hamstring issue through the New York Giants' first four games. Per ESPN:

Rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who missed the New York Giants’ first four games of the season because of a hamstring injury, practiced Wednesday, and it sounds like he’ll play against the Atlanta Falcons.

“I feel good,” Beckham said, flashing a big smile. “Just looking forward to that opportunity, and getting a chance to finally run out on the field.”

Beckham was officially listed as limited, but said he did everything. Prior to practice, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Beckham will be part of the game plan this week.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning is also happy to have a new weapon on the field in Beckham:

“I hope that he can be a big weapon for us,” Manning said of Beckham. “He definitely has a little burst of energy, a burst of speed. He can be a deep threat, can win on some underneath stuff. Can get him hopefully throwing some short passes and he can break it for some big plays. We’ve got to just keeping working. “
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Honest Tune116 months
Newman is well represented on the Giants team.
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DByrd2116 months
I hate the Giants, but I love me some OBJ.
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