Odell Beckham criticized Freddie Kitchens game plan Sunday against the Patriots and it is clear that OBJ is currently not on the same page as the organization.
Sitting at 2-5, the Browns could very well start to sell off some of their higher priced parts before today’s 4 p.m. trade deadline.
We discussed the potential for John Dorsey to dump Jarvis Landry yesterday as Dorsey does not want so much money tied up at the wide receiver position. But given Beckham’s dissatisfaction with the way things are going, and given that the Browns would get a massive haul for OBJ – perhaps Dorsey entertains a Beckham trade today. He would certainly have to be overwhelmed with an offer.
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Holding Dorsey back from making a move like this is his own job security. If he was guaranteed to survive past this year, then looking toward the future would be the right move. But Dorsey and Kitchens’ hope is that Cleveland can at least finish this season strong and put up a respectable record at the end of the year.
If there is a mandate from above (the Haslam family is growing increasingly impatient with Dorsey and Kitchens) to trade away elite talent, then the usual suspects will be banging at the Browns’ door.
CBS Sports Jason La Canfora reported Sunday that the Patriots are still looking at adding at the wide receiver position, and the Eagles have been trying to upgrade at WR for over a month now.
The Seahawks are another contender that would also like to bring in a new wide out, and Seattle has been quite active in the past few weeks in contacting teams around the league for a deal.