Odell Beckham Jr. made headlines for his critical comments about the New York Giants' fledgling offense prior to Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, but the star wideout said he has "no regrets" about speaking out after the 33-31 loss.
Beckham met individually with Manning and head coach Pat Shurmur to address his concerns, and later spoke to the entire team.
"It was very receptive," he said of the team meeting. "I'm happy I did because there was a part of me that was a little reluctant or didn't want to because it was a tough position. It was a hard thing to do. It was part of the growth process I'm going through. And if I could do it all again I would do the same thing."
The pass-catcher did his part Sunday, catching eight passes for 131 yards and one touchdown.
Some thought he was out of line.