7th Annual NFL Honors - Arrivals

Odell Beckham Jr. arrives at the 7th Annual NFL Honors on Feb. 3 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bekcham is competing on TBS' 'Drop the Mic' on Sunday, April 22.

MINNEAPOLIS — Odell Beckham Jr. has a pair of big-time concerns hanging over his head this offseason.

The brilliant Giants receiver is coming off a fractured ankle that cost him most of the 2017 season and headed into the final year of his rookie contract, a deal that will pay him $8.4 million in 2018.

The Newman and LSU product reportedly wants a monster deal that could top more than $100 million, but at this point, the superstar wide receiver is hoping his agents and new Giants general manager Dave Gettleman work fast.

"Hopefully, we get it done, just to get it over with," Beckham Jr. said before the NFL Honors awards show on Saturday night. "I really want to do it so I can move past it. It's too much to be sitting around thinking where I'm going to be."

Beckham's other problem is coming back from a fractured ankle that required surgery in early October.

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Four months later, he feels like he's ready to go, even if his doctors have other ideas.

"I don't know a percentage, but I'm actually doing really good," Beckham Jr. said. "Doctors have been telling me to slow down because I'm out for so long, and I'm ready to go. ... Now I can see where the mental part comes in as far as being patient."

Beckham Jr. is not targeting a return by organized team activities, the first team practices of the offseason. He's taking the longer view.

"There's no point," Beckham Jr. said. "Really, to be ready for the first game is all that matters."

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