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Odell Beckham's season looks to be over after the New York Giants wide receiver broke his ankle in a nasty collision on Sunday.

The All-Pro wideout was injured late in the fourth quarter of the 27-22 defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers a result that sees the winless Giants move to 0-5 on the year.

Beckham was carted off the field just a few plays before the Chargers scored the go-ahead touchdown on a costly day for the Giants' receiving corps.

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They may not have Beckham again this season. The injury could require surgery, and the Giants certainly wouldn't rush back their star in what seems a lost season.

He has 25 catches for 302 yards and three touchdowns, <strong>Authentic Melvin Ingram Jersey</strong>, including a 48-yard score early in the fourth quarter that may end up being his last one for a while.

He was then hurt after leaping to catch Eli Manning's high pass and Los Angeles cornerback Casey Hayward pinned his ankle making a tackle. Players immediately signaled the sideline and Beckham was eventually carted off in obvious pain with a hand covering his face.

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