Shurmur: Beckham will ‘possibly’ be cleared next week

Odell Beckham was a no-show at Monday’s organized team activities, but the Giants continue to hold out hope their star receiver will soon take the field.Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters that Beckham will “possibly” be medically cleared for next week’s team minicamp, according to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.Shurmur added that he expects Beckham — in the final year of his rookie deal — to attend the mandatory sessions.On Friday, Shurmur said Beckham was “pretty close” to being fully medically cleared, leaving Monday’s update — “possibly” — as another vague installment of this ongoing offseason drama surrounding the receiver’s status.

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49ers sign G Tomlinson to three-year extension

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Super Bowl LII referee Steratore retires

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Gene Steratore has retired as an NFL referee and informed the league of his decision on Friday, according to senior vice president of officiating Al Riveron.Steratore spent 12 years as an NFL referee