UPDATED 10/9/17, 2:20 p.m. ET:

While speaking with the media on Monday, Giants head coach Ben McAdoo revealed that Odell Beckham Jr.'s 2016-17 NFL season is over following his ankle injury on Sunday.

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The New York Giants had a terrible game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Not only did they lose 27-22, the team's star player Odell Beckham had to be wheeled away in a cart after coming down awkwardly as he was attempting to catch a pass. It didn't look pretty. 

Reports are beginning to circulate that the injury to Beckham's left ankle requires surgery and that his fibula is broken. It was the same ankle Beckham previously injured during a preseason game against the Browns. Ouch. The Giants' luck seems to only have gotten worse as multiple other players, Brandon Marshall, Dwayne Harris and Sterling Shepard, were also injured earlier in the game. The Giants' loss to the Chargers brings their record to 0-5.  

In other NFL related news, Vice President Mike Pence stormed out of a Colts game in Indianapolis after 49ers players kneeled for the national anthem.