Watch: Odell Beckham Jr. goes deep in a different way during MLB turn

In case you’ve forgotten, Odell Beckham Jr. is a freakish athlete. He’s amazing at football, and he looks to be pretty darn good at basketball (see here and here) and baseball, too.

The Giants wide receiver showed off his diamond ability again Friday when he took batting practice with the Tampa Bay Rays. Rocking a Blake Snell throwback Devil Rays jersey, he rocked a pair of pitches over the wall at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif.

In June of 2010, Panthers receiver Steve Smith broke his arm playing football … flag football, at a local YMCA.

“They were messing around, the ball went over his head and he slipped,” Smith’s agent, Derrick Fox, told ESPN. “He put his arm out to brace himself. When he did he felt a sharp pain. He went in (Sunday) afternoon to have an X-ray and it showed a break.”

Smith had surgery to have a small plate and screws inserted in his arm, but he returned to full health in time for the regular season.

According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Ravens signed the third-round tackle to his four-year, $3.491 million deal.

That leaves just three unsigned Ravens picks, as first-rounders Hayden Hurst and Lamar Jackson and fellow third-rounder Mark Andrews have yet to sign.

Brown, the son of the late Ravens tackle of the same name, was one of the most decorated players in college but slid after a poor combine workout. He’s working to lose weight to become more mobile, but he’s probably always going to be massive (6-foot-8, and 340 if he hasn’t lost a pound lately).

The Cowboys have appeared more times on “MNF” than any other team, Jones proudly told Madison Avenue media buyers Tuesday. With Jones, it’s all about the Star, all the time.

“We’re always saying, ‘Please, look at us,'” Jones said.

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