Per NFL Network's Kimberly Jones, Beckham acknowledged he was out of line to draw a penalty for the act, saying: "You just can't do it. It doesn't need to be done."
Giants coach Ben McAdoo weighed in on the matter Wednesday, telling scribes that: "Celebration penalties are things you can't have. It's a poor reflection on me, on the program and on the organization. We have a plan for it, we're going to handle it internally."
Handling punishment internally for a star player should translate to the reader like this: Not much is going to happen to Odell Beckham.
"I'm done talking about it," McAdoo uttered when asked if OBJ would start Sunday against the Buccaneers, saying again: "We have a plan for it, we're handling it internally. And we have a plan moving forward."
That plan -- guaranteed -- will include a full-portion of playing time for the roster's best player in a game the winless Giants absolutely need to save their sinking season.