Now the New York Giants know.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, stud wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will not set any piece of his body on to an NFL football field without the security of a long-term contract.

Rapoport also chimed in with a bomb of a tidbit that has the Giants actually willing to trade OBJ at the right price.

Forget free agency, it's been all OBJ all the time for the Jints this offseason.

First, Beckham was forced to deal with a viral video that showed him in bed with pizza and what looked to be cocaine and a brown cigarette. Then, he and his camp have been forced to deal with a lawsuit coming from Ishmael Ishmael Temple who issued a $15 million lawsuit against Beckham, claiming he was physically assaulted at the wide receivers’ home back in January.

All of these distractions have come while Beckham is entering the final year of his rookie contract, looking for a long-term deal with the organization.

The wild card here is the Giants general manager.

Dave Gettleman, who once shipped stud corner Josh Normal out of Carolina when he ran things in the Panthers organization, is one old-school personnel decision-maker who feels like a guy who'd have no issues in shopping the prized wide receiver.

With OTAs upcoming—a scheduled event OBJ never takes part in—nobody can guess the next incident. Stay tuned as the next Odell Beckham Jr. controversy is right around the corner.