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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport hears that Browns WR Odell Beckham (knee) is expected to play "without limitations" against the Chiefs today, "assuming warmups go well and he feels good." Reports on Beckham's Week 1 status have varied a bit, but we're ultimately expecting him to play something close to his usual role.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms that Browns WR Odell Beckham (knee) is expected to play vs. the Chiefs today, "assuming there are no issues in the morning." Beckham remained limited in practice all week coming off last year's torn ACL and is officially listed as questionable. We won't be surprised if his snaps are a bit limited today, making him more of a WR3 in Week 1 fantasy lineups.

Browns WR Odell Beckham (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's opener against the Chiefs after a limited week of practice. HC Kevin Stefanski wouldn't say when asked Friday whether Beckham will play. But it'd be a surprise if he didn't after a summer full of positive reports on his recovery from last year's torn ACL. Browns-Chiefs doesn't kick off until 4:25 pm ET on Sunday, but we should get an update on Beckham that morning.

Browns WR Odell Beckham (ACL) is expected to play a "significant amount" in Sunday's opener vs. the Chiefs, according to insider Mary Kay Cabot. "It’s remarkable that Beckham looks as good as he does only 10 months out, but he’s proving to be quite the freak of nature," Cabot writes. "He’s been running full speed for months, cutting on a dime, and leaping high for receptions." OBJ will still carry a bit more risk than usual in his 1st action since last October's torn ACL. But he'll be worth getting in most fantasy lineups in what should be a shootout vs. Kansas City.

Browns WR Odell Beckham took part in 11 on 11 at Thursday’s practice. While we won't see OBJ this preseason, Thursday marks another positive step in his return from November ACL surgery. Cleveland opens the regular season with a huge matchup at Kansas City on September 12.

Browns WR Odell Beckham (ACL rehab) took his first reps in 7 on 7s on Wednesday. That marked the first time he’s moved beyond individual/positional drills. “I think he’s done a nice job in the meeting rooms, walk through, has a much better understanding in Year 2 of the scheme or that type of thing,” HC Kevin Stefanski said. “And then he’s getting good work in. It’s work that happens in the building, happens out on the practice fields. It’ll increase as we go but I think he’s working really hard everywhere – meeting room, stuff they’re doing in the weight room. I think it just keeps showing up. The guy is battling. He’s working very hard.” OBJ remains on track to play Week 1 against Kansas City. We’ll see if we get any word on whether he’ll be limited as Cleveland’s opener draws near. Beckham carries some appeal at a WR30 price.

Don't be surprised if Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. has a quiet start to training camp. “With Odell, very similar to a lot of guys, they have an individual plan that’s tailored to them and where they are in their rehab,” HC Kevin Stefanski said Wednesday, via Mary Kay Cabot of “We’ll bring him along at the discretion of our doctors, our medical team, and Odell, and see how he’s feeling. I had a good meeting with him last night. He’s doing well.” We'll keep an eye on Beckham reports going forward, but it's obviously good that he avoided the PUP list to begin camp. Offseason reports on the health of his knee have been positive as well.

Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. has passed his physical and will not have any restrictions to open training camp, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Cleveland manage his practice time and preseason exposure, but Beckham has been generating positive off-season buzz on the field. We’ll keep tracking reports on the star WR.

Browns WR Odell Beckham took the field for minicamp practice on Tuesday for the first time since tearing his ACL last October. He was held out of full-team work but participated in individual drills without a brace or wrap on that surgically repaired knee. "He looked good to me," HC Kevin Stefanski said. It's still uncertain if Beckham will be a full-go for the start of training camp -- but he's trending toward being ready come Week 1.

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