The Cleveland Browns shocked the National Football League on Tuesday night, reportedly agreeing to a trade for New York Giants superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham. The Giants also received safety Jabrill Peppers in the deal. Gettleman insisted at the combine that he didn't sign Beckham to trade him, but rumors persisted that he was still on the block. "I think the tide has turned and we can't wait to get out there and prove it".
After the Giants shipped Beckham to the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday night, his list of approved teams suddenly became public. He played last season on a franchise tag for the Rams, earning $11.3 million. The Giants potentially trading Beckham is not something new to this offseason, it is something we have heard about for years, this season was apparently just the year it finally happened. In three years at MI, he had 119 tackles, 3 sacks and one interception, in his final game at Ohio State. Maybe they'll stink this year and they'll end up landing a high pick for the third straight season to draft a quarterback in 2019. Before today, they were a solid young team who were on the rise. Why would Gettleman give up on a player with Beckham's talent, especially after. He spent the last five years with Chicago.
The 26-year-old wide receiver has been at the Giants since he was drafted in 2014. But, for now, they appear to be in the process of retooling, so they could have trouble improving greatly - unless they add another quality receiver and a quarterback in the draft.
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Yan Valery struck his second goal in two games in the 76th minute before James Ward-Prowse scored a stunning victor from a free-kick. "It's about complacency, it's about arrogance in a bad way".
For now, he is a footnote, as any player attached to a trade that includes Odell Beckham Jr.is going to take second-billing. Thomas went down with a broken leg that ended his year early last season, but he remained his normal dominant self.
Odell Beckham seen November 25, 2018. Over Beckham's 59 games with the Giants, he's caught 390 passes for 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns.
Those results support a roster overhaul, and the last decade is proof that you don't need an elite No. 1 receiver to win a Super Bowl.