Browns to acquire Odell Beckham Jr. from Giants

New York Giants: Conflicting Odell Beckham Jr. reports continue (Report)

Beckham, 26, signed a five-year megadeal with the Giants worth up to $98.5 million less than a year ago.

The New York Giants have traded star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports Tuesday night. This trade included the Giants getting guard Kevin Zeitler, who they actually received via the Olivier Vernon trade last Friday.

Thomas won't come cheap, as NFL Network reported on Monday that Thomas wants to be the highest-paid safety in the NFL, asking for a salary of at least $14 million per year. ESPN's Adam Schefter followed up with the details of the blockbuster trade.

When seeing this, it's a sigh of relief for most Giants fans, including myself. Big Blue is reportedly still involved in talks to trade their veteran Pro Bowl receiver, per Jeff Howe of The Athletic.

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It looks like Antonio Brown won't be the only superstar wide receiver dealt this offseason. But the Browns were persistent and Dorsey, who has done a phenomenal job remolding the Browns since coming to Cleveland at the end of 2017, came up with a package the Giants simply couldn't resist. In a sentence that has not been said or written all that much over the last, well, ever, there is legitimate optimism surrounding the future of the Cleveland Browns.

If you are anything like me, you got the notification that the New York Giants had traded Odell Beckham Jr. and you simply fell to the floor in disgust and shock.

With Beckham now in the fold, it seems Perriman doesn't believe he will have a clear path to substantial playing time. The Giants lost the game 38-13 and Beckham was held to four catches for just 28 yards.

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