Beckham holding out hope Browns can be 'wildest wild card'

Tanya Simon
December 6, 2019

Odell Beckham Jr.'s first season in Cleveland is looking a lot like his last season with the Giants.

Beckham was asked on Thursday about his future in Cleveland, and he said he is very happy with the Browns but can not speculate about how he is going to feel down the road. "No one knows what the future holds tomorrow".

"I couldn't sit here and tell you whether I'm gonna be here, want to be here, don't want to be here". "My locker is right beside one of the men who means the most to me in the world (Jarvis Landry)".

Beckham has registered just 57 catches for 805 yards and two touchdowns in 2019 and has now gone six consecutive games without surpassing 100 yards receiving.

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"I feel like I've been here before asking questions about the next team while I'm on a team".

Beckham did say, "I wouldn't rather be anywhere else", and for someone who has been dogged throughout his career for allegedly not saying just the right thing, it certainly seems like he was trying to avoid any headlines with his comment. Beckham had over 1,000 receiving yards in only 12 games last season for a awful New York Giants offense; assuming he plays all 16 games this season, he'll barely match that output with an offense that on paper should be far more potent.

Not only is Beckham unsure if that will happen, but he also can't predict whether or not he will want to remain with the Browns. "I don't know God's plan". He showed some frustration over not getting the ball earlier in the season, and the Browns have been one of the most disappointing teams in football this year. However, Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said the 27-year-old has been a terrific teammate.

Beckham was vague about his future on Thursday during a post-practice interview session in which he discussed his maturity as a person and player and the Browns' growing pains amid unfulfilled expectations. "I just follow his lead". Catch in the offseason and we'll see what happens.

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