Odell Beckham Jr.'s slamming of his helmet against the kicking net, the prancing up and down the sideline, the ranting and raving at nobody in particular are all a bit much for New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo. Starter Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (groin) and first-round draft pick Eli Apple (hamstring) said they felt a little better on Wednesday. But it was negated by a taunting call - not against Beckham, but Giants centre Weston Richburg, who was ejected for his second such foul of the game.
Cruz, in his weekly radio spot on WFAN on Tuesday, is the latest to address the outburst Beckham had on the sideline late in Sunday's loss to Washington.
"I think he understood the point of emphasis of this game", Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz said after the game.
This first face-to-face matchup as division rivals saw Beckham make seven receptions for 121 yards.
Richburg could be seen quickly yelling something in Norman's direction immediately after the play moved the Giants to the Redskins' 5-yard line.
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The Beckham-Norman battle was mostly a bust, other than a few fun moments, from a fireworks standpoint.
Norman was told he and Beckham would not be allowed to - and we're not making this up - make a mockery of the game. He also became the fastest player in National Football League history to reach 3,000 receiving yards. Obviously he's one of the leaders of this team.
"They pulled me off to the side and said, 'We are not going to make a mockery of the game, '" Norman said.
Richburg apologized to his teammates afterward. "And just kind of coach him up and tell him about how I handled it and the things that I did". Beckham had a scratch on his face after the game, and said he didn't remember how it happened. I'm not sitting, watching what's going on the whole time. He was starting for Rashad Jennings, who hurt his left thumb in the win over New Orleans the previous week. After promising start to a two-minute drive to try to win the game, Manning was picked by rookie Su'a Cravens to end it. Manning didn't need to force the issue.