In the second quarter of Monday night's exhibition game against the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. left the game after a low hit.
Beckham was drilled by Browns corner Briean Boddy-Calhoun in the left knee area after the receiver caught a high pass from Eli Manning.
Beckham attempted to walk off the injury, but limped off the field on his own power. Beckham did not return to play, but was seen out of uniform on the sidelines in the second half.
The Monday Night Football cameras caught Beckham on the ground in pain by the locker rooms after the former LSU receiver walked off the field.
After the game, the Giants announced Beckham suffered a sprained ankle and x-rays were negative for anything more serious.
After the Giants' 10-6 loss, Beckham was seen jogging to the locker room without any noticeable impediment.
Here’s what NFL fans and analysts had to say about the low hit and Beckham:
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