Another receiver megadeal: Giants trade Beckham to Browns

Another receiver megadeal: Giants trade Beckham to Browns

Another receiver megadeal: Giants trade Beckham to Browns

However, when the Browns stunned the National Football League by agreeing to acquire superstar Odell Beckham Jr. from the New York Giants, Perriman asked out. The Steelers agreed over the weekend to send Antonio Brown to the Raiders for third- and fifth-round draft choices.

Beckham's name has been in trade rumors for over a year now, but seeing it come to fruition is still a shocker.

The Browns, challenged at receiver since Josh Gordon was dealt to New England, should trade for Odell Beckham Jr. He played last season on a franchise tag for the Rams, earning $11.3 million.

ESPN's Adam Schefter first reported the news.

After Cleveland locked up that deal, Tampa Bay was able to convince Browns receiver Breshad Perriman to agree to a one-year, $4-million contract.

Last season, I posited that Kitchens was the Browns' MVP based on the ways in which he made things easier and more explosive for Mayfield based on favorable route concepts.

Giving Mayfield a duo of Landry and Beckham, along with young tight end David Njoku could push the Browns offense to another level in 2019, and they look like the team to watch here.

The Giants now have three of the top 37 draft picks in April, and 12 overall.

Unsurprisingly, the news hasn't gone over particularly well for Giants fans, many of whom have gathered pitchforks and torches on social media for GM Dave Gettleman, the man responsible for trading OBJ away. But to see these two trades go down within just a few days really stings. That's bold, man. We never saw Thompson do that, and it's drawing rave reviews from Packers fans who have always wanted their team spend money aggressively in free agency. He spent the last five years with Chicago. Over the past week or so, there's been plenty of smoke surrounding Odell Beckham Jr. potentially being traded to the Cleveland Browns. "I want him to get what he deserves and you can't put nothing on that regardless of where it's at".

It also makes the Browns a strong contender to win the AFC North and possibly even make a Super Bowl run.

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