“Every man has his breaking point.” This is one of the many famous quotes from arguably the greatest movie of all-time, The Shawshank Redemption. And as many have found in life, it applies to pretty much everybody and everything.

The New York Giants are no different, especially as it pertains to Odell Beckham Jr.

From on-field emotional craziness to viral videos to threatening lawsuits, OBJ has become a handful and it's all seemingly coming to a head this offseason, prompting trade rumors. Has it reached the point of no return, though? Giants executive vice president Steve Tisch says “no, not yet” at least, according to Tom Rock of Newsday.

Steve Tisch: “When too much becomes too much I think everybody is aware of it and I hope we don’t get to that point and cross that line (with Beckham).”

Adds: “It’s not been too much yet.”

It's honestly the magic question in East Rutherford, New Jersey right now. When will Odell Beckham Jr. finally push the New York Football Giants too far?

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Yes, Beckham is as talented as it comes. The man is blessed with pass-catching ability to match crazy field-vision coupled with insane agility and acceleration. It's showcased best on quick slants and 9-routes, but works well with any offense or scheme.

Rarely though do wide receivers make the difference in terms of championships.

Look at the recent Super Bowl champs. The Philadelphia Eagles, while talented at the position, don't possess an NFL stud. Tom Brady's never really been blessed with legendary talent at the spot (other than Randy Moss during the non-Super Bowl years).

This, coupled with the old-school and cutthroat way of Dave Gettleman has the idea of Odell Beckham Jr.'s long-term future with the franchise in serious doubt.

For the moment, though, per Steve Tisch, the phenomenal talent hasn't gone too far.