In the NFL, a quarterback’s receiving skills are his most valued asset. There is no greater feeling for an offense than when they’re able to get their favorite receiver going. However, some of those receivers have found themselves on a new team and it takes time for them to adjust back into that role again. Hakeem Nicks’ story was not as smooth as he would have liked but now he has caught fire with some games over 100 yards already this season.,

The “let go brandon” is a quote from Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall. The quote was said in an interview with ESPN’s Josina Anderson.

The Cleveland Browns had big expectations when they acquired Odell Beckham Jr. in 2019. The plan was to combine Beckham, a 1,000-yard receiver on a regular basis, with rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, Pro Bowl wideout Jarvis Landry, and talented running back Nick Chubb to form a fearsome NFL offense.

This experiment hasn’t worked out as well as the Browns fans and front administration had anticipated after three seasons. Beckham isn’t the same receiver he was in New York, and Cleveland’s offense hasn’t progressed as expected. Now that the Browns are in last place in the AFC North, at least one commentator believes it’s time to say goodbye to Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham Jr.’s time in Cleveland hasn’t gone as planned. 

Today, Baker Mayfield did not let the #Browns down. Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. were the ones who accomplished it.

October 31, 2021 — Jeff Schudel (@jsproinsider)

Odell Beckham Jr. exploded into the limelight in his first season after graduating from LSU. The New York Giants’ No. 12 overall choice in the 2014 NFL Draft with 91 catches for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also topped the league in receiving yards per game (108.8) and caught 70.0 percent of the passes thrown his way.

Beckham made the grab that sealed his status as one of the league’s hottest and most promising pass-catchers during a Week 12 Sunday Night Football game against the Dallas Cowboys that season. His one-handed, backward-leaping 43-yard touchdown reception is still remembered as one of the most iconic in NFL history.

Beckham racked up 1,000-plus yards in each of his five seasons in New York, when he appeared in at least 12 games, and the organization rewarded him with a five-year, $95 million contract.

The Giants shipped the talented but high-maintenance receiver to Cleveland for a haul that includes 2019 first- and third-round selections as well as Jabrill Peppers after multiple years of off-field troubles, on-field sideline bust-ups, and 16 missed games in two seasons.

The Browns anticipated the impact playmaker that the Giants had for five seasons after paying that money. That was not the case.

Beckham has appeared in 29 games for the Browns in the last two seasons. He has 114 receptions for 1,586 yards and seven touchdowns on the season. In contrast, he had 187 catches for 2,755 yards and 25 touchdowns in his first 27 games with the Giants.

To put it mildly, when the Cleveland Browns paid a king’s ransom for Beckham in 2019, they were expecting for more.

Nate Burleson believes the receiver and the Browns should split ways. 

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham on the field prior to the National Football League game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns on October 21, 2021, at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham on the field prior to the National Football League game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns on October 21, 2021, at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH. Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images | Odell Beckham

The Cleveland Browns, who are 4-4 and in last place in the AFC North with a banged-up franchise quarterback, need to make a change.

NFL Today co-host and former NFL receiver Nate Burleson said it’s probably time for Odell Beckham Jr. to leave Cleveland ahead of the team’s latest defeat, a 15-10 snoozer against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

He’s the Browns’ highest targeted receiver right now…. He hasn’t thrown for more than 100 yards in a game. He has yet to reach the end zone. This isn’t meant to be a dig at Odell. I’m merely pointing out that a good player does not necessarily join a good squad, and vice versa. Maybe this isn’t going to work. He isn’t the same wide receiver he was with the Giants. He can play better for another team if he goes someplace else.

On Odell Beckham Jr., Nate Burleson says

Beckham isn’t doing well in Cleveland, whether it’s because of the coaching, his alliance with college classmate Jarvis Landry, the rise of running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, or his relationship with quarterback Baker Mayfield.

The playoffs in 2021 are edging closer, and the front office has to start planning for 2022 and beyond. Trading Beckham before the trade deadline on Tuesday, Nov. 2 should be a primary priority.

But who’s going to purchase it?

What clubs could be interested in trading for Odell Beckham Jr.?

The Cleveland Browns have been dubbed “the worst letdown in football” [email protected]

“If I were the Kansas City Chiefs or the New Orleans Saints, I’d contact the Browns and ask them to move Odell Beckham Jr.” pic.twitter.com/voX3dZrRYf

November 1, 2021 — First Take (@FirstTake)

While Beckham’s $90 deal includes two more years and $30 million beyond this season, that money is not guaranteed. So, even if a club agrees to accept the remainder of his $15 million cap charge this year, it doesn’t guarantee they’ll be locked in for the following two years if things don’t work out.

With that versatility, if a club can obtain Beckham for the correct price in terms of draft picks, it may be a solid bargain, particularly if he can reclaim his rhythm away from the Cleveland Browns.

Who stands to gain the most from a Beckham trade?

While a few AFC clubs might utilize him, it makes the most sense for the Browns to trade him to an NFC team to help maintain the team’s slim playoff hopes.

In the NFC, there are three clubs who stand out above the others. Both the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers are in need of a No. 1 receiver and are fighting for a postseason spot.

If Beckham regains his New York form, he might be that big-play danger and a major boost to either Trevor Siemain or Sam Darnold. Beckham would be the man in these situations, but it may not be the greatest option for him right now.

The Green Bay Packers are the club that would be the greatest fit. Beckham might be the real No. 2 WR the club has been looking for to replace Davante Adams. During what may be Rodgers’ last season in Wisconsin, the Packers should also go all-in.

Beckham joining the Packers would offer him and the club a legitimate shot at reaching the Super Bowl, which would be the best win-win of all.

Pro Football Reference provided all stats.

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The “new york giants record” is a team that has been struggling this season. The New York Giants have gone from being the top receiver in the NFL, to one of the worst receivers in the league.

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