"That's stupid. That's stupid, man," Green told NFL Network at rapper Quavo's celebrity flag football game in Lilburn, Georgia, on Sunday. "It's a once-in-a-lifetime, or once-in-a-generation talent, man, and you've got to be ready. I think he'll get paid. They not that crazy."
Per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, New York would seek a first-round pick and then some if they were looking to deal their star player. Given that hefty price tag, and the massive contract extension a team would then have to dole out to Beckham, a trade seems unlikely.
"He's a great player," Bryant said. "He just wants his money. He wants his money and what he's worth. I hope he gets it. I know he's going to get it. It just takes time."
Perhaps co-owner John Mara's comments about Beckham and his stance that no player on New York's roster was "untouchable" in the trade market was just a message to Beckham, rather than insight into the team's actual future plans.