Odell Beckham Jr.’s Father Reacts to the Rams’ Debut Fumble

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Odell Beckham Jr.’s Father Reacts to the Rams’ Debut Fumble

Odell Beckham Jr.’s father was instrumental in his release from the Cleveland Browns, and he was able to watch his son play for a new team on Monday Night Football.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t the breakout debut with the Los Angeles Rams that he had hoped for — despite the fact that Beckham had only been in the city for a few days prior to the game.

Beckham was held to two catches for 12 yards on three targets as the Rams fell to a 31-10 defeat.

Despite the loss, Beckham’s father responded to the game on social media and appeared to be in good spirits.

Beckham Sr. tweeted, “WHHHAAAA,” with the hashtag “(hashtag)BEckhamLEGENDARY.”

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Odell Beckham Jr. shared a post.

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However, there were a number of snarky comments on the internet in response to his shabby Browns exit.

“Yo, when’s the trade deadline?” Odell inquires.

“… that was like 2 weeks ago, man,” Stafford says. pic.twitter.comoafLmn1Era

November 16, 2021 — (@__R2J)

Beckham thought Brown’s release was “crazy.”

On the day of the NFL trade deadline, Beckham Sr. released a video detailing all of the times Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield missed throws because he didn’t see OBJ open.

He also trashed Mayfield in the comments section, even commenting on his contract situation.

While it appeared that Beckham was looking for a way out, he insisted that it wasn’t a planned move to get him released.

Beckham thought every aspect of his departure from Cleveland was “crazy,” according to ESPN Monday Night Football reporter Lisa Salters.

“He said he didn’t want to talk about what happened in Cleveland and what led to his release there,” Salters said, “but he did say every detail was crazy to him.”

“‘I don’t have words for it, it stinks, it was never intended,’ he said, adding that he could’ve never imagined any of it.”

Here’s what OBJ had to say about his release from Cleveland to ESPN’s Lisa Salters.

It was “crazy,” he said, and it “stinks.” pic.twitter.comoUrnj1tQ1g

November 16, 2021 — Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod)

“Beckham said he doesn’t blame anyone and that he enjoyed his time in Cleveland, which prompted him to write a handwritten goodbye letter to the city and post it on social media.”

After his debut with the Rams, Beckham has been chastised.

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