The 2019 season was supposed to be a dream year for the Cleveland Browns after they traded for Odell Beckham Jr. last offseason. That dream turned into a nightmare in the very first game as they got blown out at home and the team never looked like what fans thought they would on paper.
In regards to how last season played out, Beckham is looking to hit the reset button in Cleveland as he listed all the injuries he dealt with, per ESPN.
“Right now what I’m trying to do is hit the reset button. Being able to just get everything fixed. Shoulder, arms, back, everything aligned, functional, moving properly, so I can begin training to be ready for the season. I would honestly say this is probably going to be one of my best seasons. Bigger, stronger, faster — this is my time.”
Odell finished with career-lows in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns while dealing with multiple lingering injuries during the 2019 campaign.
Beckham underwent surgery in January to help fix what limited his production a season ago.
A 100% OBJ has shown he can produce on the field, having averaged 96 receptions, 1,374 yards, and 11 touchdowns in his first three seasons.