NFL trade rumors: Odell Beckham Jr.'s price too steep for NFC team

The Giants will hold mandatory minicamp June 12-14, though it remains unclear if Beckham will be healthy enough to participate.

The Giants aren't having any luck with potential trades involving Odell Beckham Jr.

According to NFL.com, which cited a "high-ranking executive of an NFC team," New York recently requested two first-round picks for the Pro Bowl wide receiver but was turned down.

The news comes after a Friday SNY report noted it was "highly unlikely" the Giants would move on from Beckham.

ESPN reported Beckham plans to be at the Giants' facility Monday for the first day of the team's offseason conditioning program. He was scheduled to fly from Los Angeles to New Jersey on Sunday and intends to "check in, work out in the gym and meet with some people" during his time with the team.

Giants co-owner John Mara has been adamant in saying the franchise is not "shopping" Beckham. Meanwhile, new offensive coordinator Mike Shula called the wideout a "vital part" of the team's offense and said he's "really looking forward to working with a guy like that" this upcoming season.

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Beckham, 25, is coming off a season-ending ankle injury that forced him to miss 12 games in 2017 but is set to earn $8.5 million on the fifth-year option of his rookie contract.

However, NFL Media had previously reported that Beckham "will not set foot on a field without a new contract extension" from any team.