Another day, another drama.
The last several days with Odell Beckham Jr. in terms of his relationship to the Cleveland Browns has been an adventure.
First, he said, “No one knows what the future holds,” when asked about being in Cleveland beyond this season. Then he tweeted that he never said he wasn’t happy, he’s just frustrated that the season isn’t going as expected.
On Sunday, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported that Beckham has been telling opposing coaches and players, “Come get me,” because he wants to get out of Cleveland.
After the Browns’ win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Beckham wouldn’t address the report.
But could the receiver’s body language during the game be a better indicator of his true feelings?
Browns fans in the stands for the game posted separate videos of Beckham to Twitter.
In one, during a kickoff, Beckham is on the sideline, a pretty good distance from his teammates and the coaching staff:
In the other video, the Browns are huddled near midfield on offense. Well, 10 players are. Beckham is already split wide left of the huddle, talking to Bengals cornerback William Jackson III.
The second video may not be as strong of an indication, if Beckham knew it was a run play or one that wouldn’t involve him; he’s not the first receiver to be caught doing this.
Taken as a whole, however, there certainly seems to be smoke when it comes to Beckham and Cleveland.
The three-time Pro Bowler had just two catches for 39 yards. The Browns won, 27-19, and are now 6-7.
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