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ORLANDO, Fla. — New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch said Monday that he hopes star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. remains a Giant for years to come.

But Tisch also made it clear that a contract extension for Beckham is not a front-burner issue for the organization.

“Odell’s contract will be negotiated at the appropriate time,” Tisch said during a break at the NFL’s annual owners meetings. “At the moment, conversations between (Giants GM) Dave Gettleman and Odell’s representatives are at the earliest, most premature stages.”

Beckham is entering his fifth year with the Giants, and as is the case with all first-round picks under the current collective bargaining agreement, the Giants held a team option for his fifth year. Last spring they exercised that option, which will cost $8.459 million this year, and that money became fully guaranteed when the new league year began March 14.

But Beckham, whose production in his first three years in the NFL was historic for a wide receiver, obviously believes he’s worth more than that. He holds NFL records for fewest games to 200 catches and fewest games to 3,000 career receiving yards. He had at least 1,300 receiving yards and at least 10 touchdowns in each of his first three seasons. He skipped out on optional spring practices last year, and there’s been widespread speculation for months now that he would hold out this year if he didn’t get a new deal.

“At the moment, that’s hypothetical,” Tisch said. “We have not been contacted by anyone representing Odell making that comment or suggesting that’s something he might do.”

Beckham missed 12 games last year due to injury, so he’s not negotiating from a position of peak strength. He also had a tendency to find himself in the spotlight for reasons that the organization doesn’t necessarily approve of: the pre-playoff game Miami trip with fellow receivers last year, or the recent video that showed him in bed with a pizza and what appeared to be a brown cigarette, next to a woman with a credit card and a white powdery substance.

Giants co-owner John Mara said Sunday he was “tired of answering questions about Odell’s behavior.”

“I think too often he allows himself to be put in bad situations and needs to use better judgment,” Mara said.

Tisch on Monday sounded a little bit more conciliatory, referring to the video as “white noise” and citing his own experience in the filmmaking industry with employees engaged in behaviors that made the organization look bad.

“When too much becomes too much, I think everyone’s aware of it,” Tisch said. “I hope it doesn’t get to that point.”

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The Kansas City Chiefs continue to look for some potential help at running back in free agency with the announced visit of Damien Williams.

The Kansas City Chiefs are clearly looking for some additional outside help at running back given some of their most recent free agent visits. A few days ago, former Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls was in K.C. and on Monday it will be Miami Dolphins halfback Damien Williams.

Williams is reportedly on a quick tour of Midwestern visits as he considers the Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.

Williams, who will be 26-years-old when the season begins, spent the last four years working his way up the depth chart in Miami after joining the team as an undrafted free agent. He’s always played on special teams but got his first four career starts last year in a depleted backfield after the Dolphins traded away Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles in a midseason deal.

Williams had a career high 46 carries for 181 yards, good for a 3.9 yards/carry average—another career mark for Williams. He also caught 20 passes for another 155 yards and has shown himself capable of being a well-round back-up who can contribute in the passing game. Here’s a good breakdown of how he’s performed with Miami and what to expect, the summation of which is simply that he can contribute everywhere without being a standout anywhere.

As for what exactly the Chiefs are doing, it’s hard to say. Are there issues with Spencer Ware returning to form after his devastating injury? Is the team dissatisfied with their internal options behind Kareem Ware? Are they shopping Ware or Charcandrick West? The visits say that something is up, but it’s hard to know until further moves are made.

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Dane Brugler, senior NFL draft analyst for NFLDraftScout.com, answered your questions about the upcoming draft and the Cowboys in a mailbag. Check out his responses below!

Which team has had the most impressive offseason so far?

Brugler: The Browns will be the most active team this offseason and that has already started with numerous trades, adding a veteran bridge quarterback (Tyrod Taylor), a starting caliber CB (Damarious Randall) and a talented receiver (Jarvis Landry). They still have $80 million in cap room and four picks in the top-35 of the draft, including No. 1 and No. 4. So the fun is just beginning in Cleveland.

The Rams also needed mentioned with what they did in the secondary, adding Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib.

Have the Cowboys had the worst offseason of any NFC East team so far?

Brugler: That’s like the Cowboys starting 2-2 next season while the Eagles and Giants started 3-1 and saying the Cowboys had the worst start of the season in the division. Technically true, but it means nothing. The Cowboys haven’t been active up to this point, but I have no problem with that. They kept their best defensive lineman on the roster with the franchise tag and have discussed locking up the best guard in football. We’ll see what moves they make in free agency and the draft – that’s what will determine who “wins” the offseason and ultimately in the fall.

 

A lot of teams have made trades recently with later round picks as returns for established players. Does Dallas value those 5th-later round picks that much to not use them in trades?

Brugler: You get what you pay for. This is true in all walks of life, including the NFL. There’s a reason these players have been available for later picks, mostly the salary and cap-related hits that are attached. Some teams are in a position to make that work, but I don’t think the Cowboys are one of them. I get some fans are frustrated by the rest of the division making moves, but the Cowboys aren’t wrong with what they are doing. It’s not a situation where they are reluctant to trade day 3 picks, they are reluctant to add salary and older players when they need to re-sign players on the current roster and plug specific holes.

Will Richard Sherman be worth the money eventually spent on his next contract?

Brugler: The 49ers gave Sherman a hefty contract on the surface, but the devil is in the details. There are plenty of incentives in the deal based on performance (playing time, Pro Bowls, etc.), which is important for a 30-year old cornerback coming off a torn Achilles injury. For a team with excess cap room, it makes sense. If Sherman reaches those incentives, it should mean positive things in the W-L columns for San Francisco.

 

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The final four teams expected to be vying for free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins are the Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Saturday.

Those teams privately are planning how to pursue Cousins, how to structure a contract for him and how to land him, league sources told Schefter. Most of those teams are thinking short-term deals, potentially three years, with a very high guarantee in the contract.

Cousins is flexible on how the money will be paid out because he has made so much the past two seasons playing under the franchise tag for the Washington Redskins.

The 29-year-old has been one of the NFL’s most productive quarterbacks since becoming the Redskins’ full-time starter three years ago. During that time, he ranks fourth in passing yards, sixth in passer rating, seventh in total QBR and eighth in touchdown passes.

Last season, Cousins topped the 4,000-yard mark for the third straight season. He finished with 4,093 yards, 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions — and a total QBR of 50.5, his lowest as the full-time starter.

The Redskins traded with the Kansas City Chiefs to acquire Alex Smith on Jan. 30, agreeing to a four-year extension with the veteran.

Redskins senior vice president of player personnel Doug Williams said earlier this week that he doesn’t think the team would try to tag Cousins for a third straight season.

Broncos president of football operations/president John Elway said earlier this week at the NFL scouting combine that the team had the salary-cap flexibility to do any deal and would consider any quarterback on the open market. Denver also has the fifth pick in the draft.

The Broncos have a base to build around, as the running game ranked 12th in yards per game last season and the defense was No. 3 in yards allowed.

The Cardinals don’t have a quarterback under contract for 2018 and don’t have much cap room (approximately $23 million).

Jets coach Todd Bowles, meanwhile, said earlier this week that the team has a strategy in place, and that they’d be happy with any of the choices.

“We have a plan — A, B and C,” Bowles said.

The Jets have more than $90 million in salary-cap room and also have the No. 6 pick in the NFL draft, but quarterback isn’t the only position of need. They need a running back, tight end and offensive line help, and the defense ranked 25th in yards allowed.

Minnesota, which reached the NFC Championship Game, has all three of its quarterbacks — Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford — poised to enter the market as unrestricted free agents.