The Cleveland browns did all they could to ensure they would have a good team on the field in 2019. Now, they currently sit with a record of 2-6 and in 3rd place in the AFC North.
One of their biggest acquisitions was trading for Odell Beckham Jr. back in march, which had them sending safety Jabrill Peppers as well as first- and third-round picks to the New York Giants.
According to Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report, if the Browns struggles in 2019 continue into early 2020, Odell could find himself on his way out of town.
“That’s why there are some teams that believe if the Browns continue to struggle this year, and those problems stretch into early next season, Beckham could get traded again.
It wouldn’t be easy.
…Beckham could be traded after the 2020 season with no salary-cap damage.
Two NFC team officials said they don’t see Beckham getting traded this offseason, but one of them said, “The vultures will be circling if the Browns keep sucking.”
Freeman states that Beckham would want out of town if the team continues to trend downwards.
Odell only has one touchdown on the year and it can be contributed to poor coaching on the part of Freddie Kitchens who is clearly over-matched to be a head coach as well as QB Baker Mayfield, who currently has the lowest passer rating in the NFL when not under pressure. He’s actually the only QB in the league with more interceptions than touchdown passes when not under pressure.
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