New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. returned Monday night opposite a Detroit Lions after blank Week 1 with an ankle injury.
Beckham, strictly listed as questionable, ran by early pregame warm-ups before a final preference was done with a small some-more than 90 mins left before kickoff.
General manager Jerry Reese, manager Ben McAdoo and members of a Giants’ strength and conditioning, training and medical staffs had designed to guard his warm-up. His initial central snap came on a Giants’ third descent play.
Meanwhile, a Giants were but starting center linebacker B.J. Goodson, ruled out with a leg injury, and cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who was out with ankle and palm injuries. Calvin Munson was approaching to start in place of Goodson, who had 18 tackles in a opener.
Beckham returned to use this week for a initial time given injuring his ankle on Aug. 21 in a preseason diversion opposite a Cleveland Browns. Beckham rehabbed a damage during a group trickery and during home and pronounced Thursday that he “felt good” and was prickly to get behind on a field.
The Giants’ offense needs Beckham after struggling in a 19-3 detriment to a Dallas Cowboys in Week 1. Receiver Brandon Marshall held one pass in a final moments for 10 yards. Quarterback Eli Manning threw for only 33 yards in a initial half in that a offense constructed a grand sum of dual initial downs.
Beckham has led a Giants in receiving any of a past 3 seasons. He had 101 receptions for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns final season.
Information from ESPN’s Jordan Raanan was used in this report.