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Broncos’ Von Miller on Odell Beckham, confronting Giants O-line

Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller, a good crony of Odell Beckham Jr.’s, pronounced Wednesday that the Giants receiver deserves to be the top paid player in NFL history, just as OBJ proclaimed before to training camp.

“Odell should be the top paid player ever in the National Football League,” Miller pronounced in a discussion call after Broncos practice. “He should be the top paid player ever, regardless of position. That’s just the form of player he is. Doesn’t matter if it’s quarterback, descent line, receiver, it doesn’t matter. The form of impact that he has on the globe, the (number) of viewers that he brings as a player, that creates up for him not personification quarterback.

Miller and Beckham are such good friends that they even toured together in the offseason with rapper Drake, who was bed-side with Beckham in the hospital on Tuesday after medicine to correct his fractured left ankle.

“He’s a once in a lifetime player,” Miller added. “He’s really deserving, and there’s no reason that he won’t come back and be the same form player. That’s one of the guys that you deposit in. When you get a man like that, that’s the man that you deposit in, that you wish to keep around for his whole career.”

Beckham has surgery, Marshall and Harris scheduled for Tuesday

Miller would not disregard the Giants’ descent tackles when asked if he were beating his chops to face left tackle Ereck Flowers in particular. But that’s since the former Super Bowl MVP is just as assured in himself as he is in Beckham.

“I lick my chops every week,” Miller pronounced with a laugh.

Von Miller calls his friend Odell Beckham a 'once in a lifetime player.'

Von Miller calls his friend Odell Beckham a ‘once in a lifetime player.’

(Jack Dempsey/AP)

RECEIVING HELP

The Giants fast cobbled together a receiving corps to face the Broncos Sunday in the arise of last weekend’s harmful injuries but are still operative out other options.

Free agents Philly Brown, Demarcus Ayers, Kalif Raymond, Jeremy Ross and Canaan Severin worked out for the Giants already this week, per ESPN’s Field Yates.

Brown, 25, had 79 catches for the Panthers from 2014-2016. Ayers, 23, had 6 grabs for the Steelers in 2016. Raymond, 23, has no receptions in 6 career games for the Broncos (four in 2016) and Jets (two in 2017). Ross, 29, is the elder statesman, with 43 career grabs on 6 opposite teams the past 5 years. Severin, 24, has no unchanging deteriorate knowledge and was cut by the Giants at the finish of camp. 

INJURY UPDATE

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie’s cessation overshadowed that 6 Giants players missed use with injuries, and that doesn’t embody players like Beckham, Marshall and Dwayne Harris already out for the year.

Safety Landon Collins (ankle), far-reaching receiver Sterling Shepard (ankle), defensive finish Olivier Vernon (ankle), core Weston Richburg (concussion), using back Paul Perkins (ribs) and linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck) all sat out.

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