With a few days to digest the Giants' 24-13 embarrassing loss to the Eagles Thursday night, it's become abundantly clear - and with a 1-5 record now on the books it should be - that this football team is not currently configured to contend as the new management regime hoped it would.
But Mara did make sure to make one pointed comment: "He needs to do a little more playing and a little less talking".
Beckham, who signed a five-year, $90 million contract extension with the Giants shortly before the season started, recently expressed frustration with the Giants' offense and questioned the play of quarterback Eli Manning during a wide-ranging interview with ESPN that included rapper Lil Wayne.
He also said, "I wish he would create headlines by his play on the field as opposed to what he says and does off the field".
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During an interview with reporters at the National Football League owners meeting on Tuesday, Mara made it clear that he would like to see Beckham do a "little less talking" going forward. "I still. we still believe in him, but everybody needs to do their jobs in order for us to be successful, and right now that's not happening".
Mara said "it's pretty disappointing; I'm sick about it". The Giants' cross-town rival New York Jets then took quarterback Sam Darnold at No3, and the rookie has shown glimpses of promise.
The New York Giants fired Ben McAdoo last season after a 2-10 start to the season in just his second year as head coach. "I'm thrilled with what he's accomplished so far, and I think the sky's the limit for him". "Like I said, I feel like he's not going to get out the pocket".