Giants won’t punish Odell Beckham Jr. on field for touchdown celebration

Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be punished on the field for his crude touchdown dance last week, NFL Network reported.

The Giants won’t bench Beckham or lessen his reps after he simulated peeing like a dog in last week’s loss to the Eagles.

Team co-owner John Mara said he was “very unhappy” with Beckham and that he would be dealt with internally. Beckham had already been fined by the NFL for the celebration, and apparently Mara talking to him was enough to set him straight.

Beckham’s touchdown celebration was in respond to President Donald Trump comments that those who kneel for the national anthem are “sons of bitch” and should be “fired.”

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