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Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. says he has been injured all season

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Odell Beckham made the shock admission on Sunday that he played the whole of his rookie season with an injury issue.

Beckham missed the first four games before providing a stellar rookie season. But after the Pro Bowl on Sunday, he revealed that he's played the entire campaign with a pair of muscle tears in his leg.

"I was never really fully healthy for the season anyways," Beckham told "So, I was just trying to manage and maintain it the best I could all year."

Beckham Jr. caught 91 balls for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns apparently while he was injured. That is scary for other NFL teams, with Beckham revealing he is planning to be 100% fit next season. 

"It's still not right, I'm still working on it," Beckham said. "I'm trying to get it 100 percent for next year."

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