Odell Beckham Jr.’s father lashes out at Baker Mayfield for not throwing the ball to his son

Odell Beckham Jr.'s father lashes out at Baker Mayfield for not throwing the ball to his son

In a video posted on his social media, the wide receiver’s father pointed out several instances in which OBJ was discovered and the quarterback failed to deliver the ball to him.

The father of the Los Angeles wide receiver Cleveland Browns, Odell Beckham Jr., posted a video on social media Tuesday morning, highlighting times the Los Angeles quarterback Browns, Baker Mayfield, has not thrown the ball to Beckham when it has been discovered.

Odell Beckham Sr. then responded with three green pigeons in the comment section to a post that noted that Mayfield I was “hating Odell, so you just don’t want it to shine. “

Beckham had just one reception for 6 yards during last Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh steelers by 15-10. Mayfield yes he looked for OBJ again late in the game, but Beckham he searched for the ball with only one arm and could not keep the reception.

The aerial game of Cleveland it has suffered in recent weeks, with them falling to a 4-4 mark. Mayfield He is only 26th in Total QBR (43.0) and has thrown just six touchdown passes. BeckhamMeanwhile, he ranks 151st in the league in catches by directed passes and 139 in receptions by route traveled. Both players have suffered shoulder injuries this season.

The father of Beckham He’s not the only person who has been commenting on the wide receiver. The stellar of the NBA, Lebron James, a native of Ohio and follower of the Browns, also published around OBJ in social networks.

A source told Dianna Russini of ESPN that the Browns have no plans to redeem to Beckham before the deadline on Tuesday, noting that they have not received any offer that makes sense for the organization.

Beckham He’s under contract for two more seasons, but he has no guaranteed money left on his deal. He has a million dollar roster bonus in each of those seasons for the first day of training camp. The Browns $ 15 million would be saved against their salary cap if they were to transfer or release Beckham in the next campaign break.

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