Odell Beckham not on Browns’ injury report, set to play Sunday vs. Bears

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Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is poised to make his long-awaited return on Sunday.

Beckham was not even listed on the Browns’ injury report today, which means the team considers him fully healthy and good to go. It’s always possible he could suffer a setback, but it appears that he’ll play against the Bears.

Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said Beckham looked good on the practice field and didn’t have to be limited in any way.

Beckham hasn’t played in 11 months. He suffered a torn ACL on October 25.

With Jarvis Landry injured, getting Beckham back will be important for the Browns’ offense. They still haven’t had their full receiving corps on the field together, but they hope Beckham can help compensate for Landry’s absence.

6 responses to “Odell Beckham not on Browns’ injury report, set to play Sunday vs. Bears

  1. Landry is a better QB than Beckham but Beckham is a better running back than Landry so it just means the trick plays are going to get swapped out.

  2. The coach needs to have a serious talk with the Browns defense, which will have to take responsibility for winning this game, given how the offense demonstrably declines in efficiency when Beckham is in the lineup.

  3. Good news for the Bears defense as they will get chances to pick off Baker trying to throw to OBJ.

  4. It would be smart to use the overrated receiver as a decoy and get the ball to other players on the offense.

  5. Love the flex energy used to bag on the Browns like this was 2014. Waiting for Baker is Johnny Football 2.0.

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