The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including a look at a story about Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry wanting to win it all
Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham, Jr. had big dreams dating back to their time at LSU together. The two star wide receivers wanted to win a Super Bowl together and when they joined forces with the Cleveland Browns in 2019, they thought their plan was coming together.
Unfortunately, things haven’t gone the way they hoped. 2019 ended up being a huge disappointment and while the Browns were vastly improved in 2020, the torn ACL suffered by Odell Beckham, Jr. meant they were unable to enjoy playoff success together.
Fast forward to Week 3 of this 2021 campaign and the two are again unable to work together. With OBJ hoping to make it back to the field, Landry won’t be back for at least three weeks. That’s because he’s been sent to the IR with an MCL sprain.
With all that being said, today’s Daily Dawg Tags starts with a story that suggests this could be the last chance for Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry to fulfill their shared dream.
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"“The dream germinated back when they were two baby-faced teenagers tearing it up together at LSU from 2011-13. The goal was to be reunited in the NFL and win the championship that eluded them in college.”"
Beckham said Landry is a leader and that the team won’t be able to replace him while he’s out. Of course, having No. 13 back would go a long way toward doing just that but it’s been tough watching these two both deal with injury concerns — especially Landry, who has never had to miss a game due to an injury until now.
"“In good news, star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. was a full participant with his knee injury, and is on track to make his season debut this Sunday.”"
After listing off every injury the Browns are dealing with, Dajani hits the good news — that OBJ is fully participating in practice. The signs are pointing to him playing and Cleveland can surely use his presence.
Eddie McDonald looks ahead to the Browns Week 3 game against the Chicago Bears and picks three players who will be key to Cleveland securing a win.
Joe Woods is not a popular man in Cleveland. It’s understandable after the struggles his defense has had in the first two weeks of the season but John Suchan asks if all the blame falls on him.