Odell Beckham Jr. emerged as an MVP candidate in the early parts of Super Bowl LVI—grabbing an imperative first-down pass as well as the game’s first touchdown.

However, a devastating knee injury thwarted any such hopes late in the first half.

The star-wide receiver dropped a short pass over the middle before collapsing to the turf sans contact and clutching his left knee.

He walked gingerly to the sidelines with help and did not return before halftime; he was officially ruled out during the third quarter.


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The injury is to the same knee (left) in which he tore his ACL in 2020.

Beckham returned to the sidelines in the second half to watch his teammates triumph. He said after the game that he doesn’t yet know the extent of the injury.

The wide receiver is set to his free agency this offseason.

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