Last offseason, the Cleveland Browns made major headlines when they acquired Odell Beckham Jr. from the New York Giants. Even though the hype was real, it did not lead to success for the franchise on the field of play.
Beckham finished the 2019 season with 74 receptions for 1,035 yards and four touchdowns. It was a good year, but for a dynamic player like him, it wasn’t good enough.
There had been multiple rumors of Odell wanting to be traded away during the season and even more this offseason, but nothing concrete has actually surfaced.
Bleacher Report analyst Chris Roling decided to get rumors going again when he stated how he could see the Miami Dolphins trading for Beckham before the end of the year in a package built around a first-round pick.
“The Dolphins could easily ship a first-round pick and other mid-range assets to Cleveland. Other speculated Beckham destinations, such as San Francisco, Buffalo, Las Vegas, Denver and Philadelphia either drafted a wideout early or made a big move for one.”
Miami already has DeVante Parker in place, but adding Odell could make for a dynamic duo as the franchise will eventually give the keys to the franchise to rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.