The wait for Odell Beckham Jr. continues, and it’s looking more and more like his return to the Giants’ lineup won’t be until 2019.
Beckham did not practice on Thursday — and wasn’t even on the field with the team during the portion open to the media — making it increasingly likely he will miss his fourth straight game Sunday against Dallas with a quad contusion.
Beckham, who didn’t address the media after practice, initially injured his quad on the final play of the Giants’ loss to Philadelphia on Nov. 25.
The $95 million wide receiver played the following week against Chicago, before sitting out the past three games.
Linebacker Alec Ogletree (concussion), tight end Rhett Ellison (concussion), wide receiver Russell Shepard (ankle) and defensive lineman Mario Edwards (calf) also missed practice, while linebacker B.J. Goodson (foot) was limited.
Center Spencer Pulley (quad), wide receiver Sterling Shepard (hip) and defensive end Kerry Wynn (thumb) were full participants.