Giants WR Odell Beckham (ankle) is officially inactive for tonight’s game against the Cowboys. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport hears that Beckham “should be good to go for Week 2.” Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard will serve as New York’s top 2 WRs tonight. TE Evan Engram could also play a bigger role in the passing game.
Sports Illustrated's Pete Smith notes that Browns WR Odell Beckham looks healthy early in training camp. "His speed isn't really what stands out. It's his cuts, changes of directions and ability to contort his body," Smith writes. "He made a few really impressive catches in Sunday's practice, but the most notable was working over the middle, going up for the ball, exposing his midsection and then as he catches, twisting his body around to start working up field." Beckham played the entire 2019 campaign with a core-muscle injury that required surgery in January. Now he's healthy, in his 2nd season with QB Baker Mayfield and playing under a more competent coaching staff. Beckham is an obvious bounce-back candidate.
Browns WR Odell Beckham is back to 100% after January sports hernia surgery, HC Kevin Stefanski said Thursday. Beckham disappointed with a 25th-place fantasy finish last year. But he played the entire season with a core-muscle injury, was operating in a new offense with a new QB and dealt with a questionable coaching staff. Stefanski's run-heavy history is a slight concern, but Beckham is still a prime bounce-back candidate in 2020.
Browns WR Odell Beckham underwent core muscle surgery on Tuesday, the team announced. He reportedly played the entire 2019 campaign with a sports hernia. That helps to explain OBJ's disappointing season, although there were certainly other issues. We'll keep an eye on his rehab -- and then how he's fitting into new HC Kevin Stefanski's offense. Beckham could be a value in 2020 fantasy drafts and is an interesting trade target in dynasty leagues this offseason.
Browns WR Odell Beckham is questionable for today's finale against the Bengals primarily because of food poisoning late in the week, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. But Rapoport adds that "the believe is his condition has improved enough so he can be on the field today." Sounds like we could very well get a weakened version of Beckham, though -- from the already disappointing version we've gotten all year.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Browns WR Odell Beckham is "playing through a painful sports hernia that will need surgery after the season." That couldn't certainly help to explain why the star WR has underwhelmed all year. Beckham indicated earlier this week that the issue has dogged him since training camp. Beckham remains a fantasy starter for today's matchup against the Bengals. But you might want to consider this news as you make the close calls to finalize your Week 14 lineup.
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