Elsewhere, the record-breaking receiver responded to a tweet that called him a "locker room cancer", to which he replied: "yes I'm cancer to a place that's ok with losing because I want to win that BADDD". And the new Browns receiver popped off on several Giants fans who came at him with some hate. "You don't get married to get a divorce ..."
In a series of interactions and responses, Beckham indicated he's very happy to be in Cleveland as a member of a team focused on winning.
Dave Gettleman sounded last week like he was perfectly content to wait to see if the right quarterback falls to the Giants with their second of two first-round picks in the National Football League draft. Gettleman said. "There is a cultural thing to it that's critical".
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Speaking at a news conference about the Palace result, he said: "We made mistakes that we usually don't make at home". The Gunners will take on Valencia in the Europa League semi-finals after beating Napoli over two legs.
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. I can't imagine they'll wait until 17.
"I give up", WFAN host Lori Rubinson tweeted. This became apparent when he addressed not traveling with the team nor being on the sideline for the final four games of the season. So me speaking up to hopefully change a culture into something better, is bad for the culture? "Just put some respect on my name that's all I'm sayin!" I have gotten some of the greatest newssss!
The G-Men still have a plethora of needs on both sides of the ball, but they'll have one more good opportunity to round out their roster in the 2019 NFL Draft.
"Ask the coach", Beckham wrote. "Let's have some fun!" 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.