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Odell Beckham Jr. chose to speak very little about his time with the Giants during his introductory press conference with the Browns in last month.

The Browns wide receiver unleashed his frustration with the Giants in an epic Twitter rant Monday.

The three-time Pro Bowl selection compiled 390 receptions for 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns in 59 games with NY. Beckham asked Twitter users for restaurant recommendations in Cleveland and wrote that he was looking forward to "a new beginning. and media that isn't gonna have or look for a story of a sneeze or blow my nose wrong!"

Giants General Manager Dave Gettleman faced criticism from fans when the news broke that Beckham was getting traded to the Browns. "(That's to whoever tweeted askin why I didn't travel while I was hurt....) next". A willingness to play for someone other than the Giants has to be met with one of the other 31 teams being willing to sign him, even as a veteran backup, and that will be a limited market.

Odell Beckham Jr Critical Of Dave Gettlemans Comments - RealGM Wiretap

Beckham responded to the suggestion that the notorious boat trip led to the Giants' playoff loss in Green Bay back in 2017. "You don't get married to get a divorce. PERIOD. money doesn't bring happiness brotha. remember that", wrote Beckham. He noted he was targeted a total of seven times. A coach who watched his tape saw a "fairly high ceiling" and asked "what box doesn't he check?" 'There no victim role, I had a bad game. And, so, you can look at me and say - well - I either know what I'm doing, or I'm a big fat rabbit's foot.

In the end, Beckham said he's thrilled to be in Cleveland on a team trending skyward with a young quarterback in Baker Mayfield and OBJ's childhood BFF Jarvis Landry.

"Lol smh damn that's insane I can't have a lil funnn bro!?!?" "Trust me I'm comin wit a bag fulll of energy, I want to win".

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