Free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. remains unsigned as the NFL season enters the month of November.
While several teams, including the Rams, Bills, Chiefs, and Packers, have been linked to Beckham, it appears another team may be throwing their hat in the ring.
Speaking to the media Tuesday afternoon, New York Giants general manager Joe Schoen said that if interests are aligned, he'd "consider" bringing Beckham making a return to the Giants.
"Joe Schoen says he would "consider" Odell Beckham Jr. making a return to the Giants," SNYtv's Giants Videos posted Tuesday.
Selected 12th overall by the Giants in the 2014 NFL draft, Beckham played his first five NFL seasons in New York.
Beckham caught at least 91 passes and topped 1,300 yards receiving in each of his first three seasons with the Giants, as well as being named to three straight Pro Bowl teams.
As it relates to Beckham potentially returning to New York, Schoen said, "If a player is healthy and they can help us win football games we will pursue them if they fit what we're looking for."
Assuming Beckham is close to making a full recovery from the ACL injury suffered in last season's Super Bowl, it seems that a reunion in the Big Apple may be a possibility.
The Giants have a bye in Week 9, but will host the Houston Texans in Week 10 with a chance to move to 7-2 on the season.