Odell Beckham Jr. Was Carted Off With An Apparent Left Ankle Injury

Odell Beckham Jr. Was Carted Off With An Apparent Left Ankle Injury

Odell Beckham Jr. Was Carted Off With An Apparent Left Ankle Injury

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (leg) is headed for surgery on Sunday after injuring his leg in the fourth quarter of Week 5's loss, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.

Beckham is already on his way to the hospital and will be getting surgery on the ankle.

The team believes it is a broken fibula for Beckham, according to NFL Network's Kimberly Jones. Earlier in the game, the Giants lost Brandon Marshall, Dwayne Harris, and Sterling Shepard. The Giants announced both players have been ruled out for the remainder of the game.

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Beckham was going up for a reception when a Chargers defender landed on his left ankle. The star receiver stayed on the ground as the Giants' medical staff came out to attend to him, and he was eventually carted off in visible pain. The problem? They went for an average of just eight yards per catch.

The Giants' playoff hopes were probably gone before kickoff, but any extended absence of Marshall and Shepard would put whatever little optimism remained concerning the season's remainder to rest.

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