The New York Giants roster took a hit Sunday after star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. hurt his left ankle during a 27-22 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Beckham needed a season-ending surgery to repair his injury. 

The 0-5 Giants took to Twitter the following day to release an injury report, which included wide receivers Dwayne Harris (broken foot), Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Sterling Shepard (ankle). At the top of the list was Beckham, who is slated to undergo surgery at some point during the week, according to the team.

"I spoke to Odell after the game," Coach Ben McAdoo told reporters Monday afternoon. "It's a sad situation. It's fair to say his season is over."

Officials carried Beckham off the field in pain Sunday night after he landed and twisted his ankle when Chargers defensive back Casey Hayward collided into him with four minutes left in the game. He underwent additional tests Monday, which confirmed the need for surgery.

The Giants were ahead during the play and attempted to close out the game when quarterback Eli Manning’s throw soared a bit too high above Beckham’s hands, which led him to jump and land awkwardly.

Players from both teams instantly signaled for help after Beckham crashed to the ground.

"I knew it was bad," Giants tight end Evan Engram said after the game, according to ESPN.

McAdoo did not comment if Beckham’s injury posed long-term effects. The team, thin on offensive players, finished Sunday’s game with wide receiver, Roger Lewis, a second-year player from Lexington, Kentucky.

"We have a bunch of guys who were nicked up in the ballgame at the receiver spot and we have some guys on the practice squad, some guys on the roster that we bump them up, give them opportunities. Next man up. Hate to see it but it’s part of the game," McAdoo said. 

The Giants looked to re-sign Tavarres King, a receiver who spent the past three years with the team. Along with King, they will add rookie Travis Rudolph and wide receiver Darius Powe to the practice squad, ESPN reported.

"It’s going to create opportunities naturally for some players and younger players to play," Mc Adoo said. "Sort of takes care of itself when you have guys nicked up like we do. We don’t shy away from playing young players regardless."

The 24-year-old star injured the same left ankle during a similar play in the preseason, which caused him to miss three weeks, including the Giants season opener. A sore finger also limited  Beckham after he dislocated it during the Giants Week 4 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Beckham had five catches for 97 yards and a touchdown against the Chargers, ending his season with 25 catches, 302 yards and three touchdowns.

Odell Beckham Jr. New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. requires surgery to repair his fractured ankle. He is pictured on Oct. 1, 2017 in Tampa, Florida. Photo: Getty Images