Beckham Jr. has officially joined Browns OTAs.
As soon as Odell Beckham Jr. was traded from the New York Giants to the Cleveland Browns, the Browns, who have consistently been a laughing stock, turned into a contender. It's probably too early to declare the Browns as an elite team but with all of the pieces that are currently in place, it's safe to say that they have some pretty high expectations to live up to.
So far, OBJ hasn't hit the field with his Browns teammates but that all changed today when he decided to participate in OTAs "organized team activities). The Pro Bowl wide receiver took to Instagram where he showed off some pictures at Browns training camp. “I ain’t no new jack, ain’t nobody gon wesley snipe me, it’s less than likely, move back...” OBJ wrote as a caption.
It appears as though Beckham is excited and ready to go especially now that he'll be catching passes from Baker Mayfield who had a much better season last year than Eli Manning. Mayfield will be heading into his sophomore season and he will be another player with a ton of expectations.
Last season, the Browns finished with a record of 7-8-1 and are seen as a team that can easily make the playoffs this year.