The Browns’ top suitors for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have been revealed.

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The Browns’ top suitors for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have been revealed.

The Cleveland Browns are still considering what to do with disgruntled wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and teams from all over the league are keeping an eye on him in case he becomes available.

According to ESPN’s Jordan Schultz, the Las Vegas Raiders and the New Orleans Saints are two teams keeping an eye on Beckham.

On Wednesday, Schultz tweeted, “Sources: Saints and Raiders have expressed interest in Odell Beckham, Jr., who has currently terminated contact with HC Kevin Stefanski.” “The Browns could still release him and he could sign with another team.” I’m told OBJ intends to play Sunday, despite his excused absence from practice.”

Sources say the #Saints and #Raiders are interested in Odell Beckham, Jr., who has cut ties with head coach Kevin Stefanski. He might yet be released by the #Browns, allowing him to join with another team. OBJ is expected to play on Sunday, despite his excused absence from practice.

November 3, 2021 — Jordan Schultz (@Schultz Report)

The Raiders are without second-year wide receiver Henry Ruggs, who led the team with 469 yards receiving. Ruggs was released by the team after his fatal DUI accident on Tuesday.

The Saints have just learned that No. 1 wide receiver Michael Thomas will miss the rest of the season due to a new ankle ailment.

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November 3, 2021 — Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike)

When healthy, Thomas is one of the league’s greatest wide receivers, leading the league in receptions in both 2018 and 2019. His absence exacerbates the Saints’ problems, which are already dealing with the loss of starting quarterback Jameis Winson. In a win over the Buccaneers on Sunday, the former first-round pick tore his ACL.

With the Browns, Beckham’s future is uncertain.

The Browns discussed the drama produced by Beckham at the trade deadline on Wednesday, following a difficult trade deadline. Both head coach Kevin Stefanski and quarterback Baker Mayfield expressed doubts that Beckham will ever play another snap for the Browns.

When asked if the situation can be repaired, Stefanski told reporters, “It’s probably best if I simply stay on Wednesday and know that he’s excused today.” “We’ll take care of everything else as it arises.”

Mayfield had a similar perspective about the ability to regroup.

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