Odell Beckham Takes Shot At Giants; Also Says He Wants To Beat Jerry Rice’s Records

Odell Beckham Jr. is now a member of The Cleveland Browns. And on Monday, in an interview published by GQ Odell laid out more verbal jabs at The New York Giants and why he felt disrespected by the team.

“I felt disrespected,” Beckham said in an interview with GQ:

OBJ , who appears on the cover of GQ this month, went on to say he was the primary reason why, despite the Giants being a bad team, there continued to be so much interest in them.

“Like, after everything I’ve done for them,” Beckham said. “This is me being honest: This team has not been good for the last six years. Period. Even the year we went to the playoffs and everyone was talking about this and that. And we went there, and I didn’t have a great playoff game. Don’t get me wrong, I had a terrible game. But I left the game with seven targets, and I’m supposed to be your number one receiver. I left the game with seven targets. We lost. They scored 40 points. It’s just all bad.

“I felt disrespected, because I felt like I was a main reason at keeping that brand alive. They were getting primetime games, still, as a 5-11 team. Why? Because people want to see the show. You want to see me play. That’s just real rap. I’m not sitting here like, ‘It’s because of me.’ But let’s just be real. That’s why we’re still getting primetime games. I felt disrespected they weren’t even man enough to even sit me down to my face and tell me what’s going on.”

Yeah, keeping the brand alive Odell? I mean how many games did you miss? Is the brand losing? Absolutely delusional.

Beckham was in Paris when he heard he was being shipped out by the Giants.

“They had been talking about trading me,” he said. “They could never get past my past. There’s always that past that whatever happened, I would never be able to outgrow it. That’s why I don’t try to bring none of this to Cleveland. I don’t even care. When I get there, this is a fresh start for me.”

Try not bringing any of ‘this’ to Cleveland? What is this interview then?

He also added that he wanted to beat Jerry Rice’s career yardage record as one of his goals.

Do you think Odell and The Cleveland Browns will be successful this upcoming season?

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