On today's episode, Gilbert Arenas and the #OutofBounds boys begin by discussing reports that the Giants are listening to trade offers for superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. He's got HOF numbers so far, but he's also coming off a broken ankle, makes some unwanted headlines, and is demanding a huge contract extension. So, is OBJ worth hanging onto and paying? Next, OOB breaks down the felony charge that Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett turned himself in for yesterday. There's no evidence despite the alleged incident happening at Super Bowl LI...but is the damage already done by simply accusing the outspoken NFL activist of intentionally injuring a 66-year-old paraplegic woman? Gil has some strong feelings. In other legal news, a former Saints cheerleader has filed a discrimination complaint against the team, claiming there's a sexist double standard for cheerleaders and players when it comes to social media and fraternization. It's not PC, but in talking about cheerleader-player interactions, Gil exposes exactly how things work in pro sports. Finally, with Sixers rookie guard Markelle Fultz returning to action for the first time since a shoulder injury sidelined him last October, the team reacts to his 14-minute performance and his conspicuous silence when asked about his ailment. Additionally, they discuss his short-term and long-term impact, plus how he stacks up against much-hyped Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball.