New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. continued his rivalry with cornerback Josh Norman by trolling him on Instagram following the Giants' 19-10 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Beckham posted a photo from the game of himself running past Norman with the caption "'Everybody got a deal, I did it without one...' #OnToTheNext", lyrics from a Drake song that is a shot at Norman's contract.
Norman signed a five-year, $75 million deal with Washington in the offseason after the Carolina Panthers, his former team, released him due to his contract.
Beckham had five catches for 44 yards on Sunday, but did not play much in the second half with the Giants having already clinched the 5-seed in the playoffs.
Norman was flagged for a personal foul on Beckham when he shoved him out of bounds after a catch and run in the second quarter. Beckham downplayed the incident after the game.
"That's been dead for a long time," Beckham said, according to the USA Today's Lorenzo Reyes. "I'm really focused on us and going to the playoffs right now. It bothers me, doesn't really bother me. It's been whatever."
Beckham did not escalate matters on the field, which caught the eye of teammate Victor Cruz.
"He's growing up," Cruz told Reyes. "He's finally taking my advice and putting it to use. It was good to see him just grow up and be the kid we know he is, the bright, smiley young kid that he is. He knows he's a guy that tries to get under his skin, do different things to him. He rose above that today."
Their rivalry started last season when they combined for five personal fouls in the Giants-Panthers game that later resulted in Beckham receiving a one-game suspension.
After an offseason full of trash talking and tweeting between the two of them (and some Giants teammates), their first rematch in Week 3 was much tamer when referees warned them both prior to the game.
Beckham said earlier this week that playing against Norman was no longer an issue.
"I felt like today," Beckham said, according to ESPN's John Keim, "I did a good job of just coming out and playing football and trusting coach and his decision."