What a year 2020 is turning out to be. The theme of the year seems to be ‘chaos’. Be it the global economy, the environment, a raging pandemic, and even the NFL.
The 2020 season is all set to begin this weekend. Teams are gearing up for final prep before the league kicks off. But Cleveland Browns’ star wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr, has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
OBJ was trending on Twitter earlier this week after a certain podcast went viral. The former LSU man was the topic of discussion on a recent segment of “Thots Next Door” podcast featuring social media influencers Celina Powell, Alzina Slim, and adult actress Slim Danger.
The latter went on to ‘allegedly’ claim that Odell likes to be ‘pooped on’. Of course, we won’t go into the legitimacy issue behind these claims. But here’s what a certain NFL analyst said on the same.
Clay Travis makes a bold statement on Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield
Here is what reputed NFL reporter, Clay Travis, said on the matter in relation to Odell Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield.
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“Worth pointing out that if Odell Beckham does indeed like to be pooped on, that there is no better quarterback he could be playing for than Baker Mayfield,” Travis said via Twitter.
The bold and outspoken NFL sportscaster, Clay Travis, also joined the Odell Beckham Jr. banter bandwagon. However, his snarky comment was not directed towards the wide receiver but at his teammate, Baker Mayfield.
Travis’ unfiltered comment will definitely not go unnoticed by Browns’ fans who will hope that their Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback will prove his doubters wrong in 2020.
Mayfield opens up on his equation with Odell Beckham Jr.
Here’s what Mayfield said about his teammate in a recent interaction with the press.
“He is feeling better. Obviously, having surgery and getting healthy is the main priority, but then just us being on the same page, having the offense and talking through it as many times as we possibly can, it is not hear one thing and be coached on by another.
“We are talking through it with each other so we are on the same page constantly. There is let nothing go unsaid, should I say, within the details of this offense, and that is what we are doing right now,” Mayfield said in an interview.
Kevin Stefanski starts his tenure in Cleveland with a tough clash against Baltimore Ravens in Week One. The Lamar Jackson-led offense went 14-2 in the league last year.
The freshly minted Head Coach will hope that star players Baker Mayfield, Odell Beckham Jr., and Myles Garrett come through when called upon this season.