Cavs Players Clown on Odell Beckham Jr.’s Move to Cleveland Browns

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That was a window into Beckham's career with the New York Giants: moments of breathtaking brilliance set against a mind-numbing series of defeats. They sent Beckham to go play with his dear friend and LSU teammate, Jarvis Landry, and dynamic young quarterback Baker Mayfield, who stands as the polar opposite of the Giants' Manning. Gettleman made this move not even seven months after signing Beckham to a record five-year, $95 million contract.

However, there's no doubt the Browns will be one most talked about teams heading into next season, with everyone anxious to see how this new explosive offseason pans out on the field.

Interestingly enough, Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson reported Tuesday night that Beckham "liked the idea" of being traded to the Cowboys.

It officially waives the white flag.

The Giants aren't in win now mode, but they weren't completely far off from fighting for a playoff spot either. "As we continue to build this team, you need draft pick capital".

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Trading away top pass rusher Olivier Vernon and allowing Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins to walk in free agency were great clues that NY probably wasn't going to be competing for the NFC East title this season.

Why would they trade their star player in the first place, let alone in his prime when they ideally want to compete for a playoff spot and are building the roster to do so?

But the Beckham trade removes all doubt. They have the Packers, Vikings and defending NFC champion Rams at home.

It's going to be tough.

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