Sources: OBJ/Browns Marriage Ending

Jonathan Grant | November 6th, 2021

It looks like Odell Beckham, Jr.’s tenure with the Cleveland Browns is just about up. That’s because, according to sources, the two teams have finally agreed to a deal that will see Beckham placed on waivers come Monday following back-and-forth negotiations between the two sides.

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The news comes off the back of a slow start for both the player and his team. He has 17 catches for 232 yards thus far while the team has sat .500 at 4-4. If any team does decide to pick OBJ up, they will do so knowing that they have to pay $7.25 million to him for the remainder of the season. Should no-one pick him up by Tuesday, he will be a free agent. That seems very likely, as only nine teams are said to have the cap space currently to accommodate him. Either way, it looks like he will be wearing new colors sooner rather than later.

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