Report: Odell Beckham has told opponents he wants out of Cleveland
Odell Beckham Jr hinted earlier in the week that he may not be thrilled with his current situation in Cleveland, and apparently that is something he has been telling opposing players and coaches throughout the season.
Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reported on Sunday that Beckham has spoken with players and coaches on other teams before and during Browns games this year and encouraged them to try trading for him during the offseason. Glazer added that he does not see the relationship between Beckham and the Browns ending well after their first season together.
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“Throughout this year, Odell Beckham has actually told other players and coaches before games and during games, ‘Hey, come get me. Come get me,'” Glazer said.
Remember, Glazer was one of the first to report that the New York Giants were looking to trade Beckham, and many people thought that was farfetched since they had just signed him to a massive contract extension. We all know how that one turned out.
Beckham said earlier in the week that he is unsure if he will be with the Browns next season or if he will even want to be, though he later took to Twitter in an attempt to clarify the remarks. His first season in Cleveland has had plenty of ups and downs, and an injury he has been dealing with that is reportedly significant has had a lot to do with that. Still, all indications are that OBJ would welcome a trade if the Browns want to move him.