Daily Dawg Tags: Odell Beckham Jr. returns to Cleveland Browns facility
The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including Odell Beckham Jr. returning to the team’s facility.
Since the Cleveland Browns acquired wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in March, the 26-year-old has not spent much time in the team’s facility.
Beckham spent his own time doing his own workouts outside of the team’s facility over the past month. The result of him doing his own workouts was missing the team’s voluntary workouts and voluntary mini-camp in April.
Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens did not seem to care that Beckham was not at the team’s voluntary workouts, as well as his own teammates.
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But with the team preparing for OTA’s to start, Beckham has arrived at the team’s facility. But as today’s featured article points out, it is unknown if Beckham will be participating in the team’s workouts.
Cleveland Browns News
Odell Beckham Jr. back at the Browns’ facility on eve of OTAs for the first time since April 1 – Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com
"It remains to be seen if Beckham will participate in the three voluntary sessions this week, which will take place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The only practice open to the media this week is on Wednesday."
It is extremely common for top-tier players to skip voluntary workouts to do their own workouts during the offseason, which is why the Browns organization was not concerned about Beckham. And if the decision is made for Beckham to not workout during OTA’s, there should once again be little concern.
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