Cleveland Browns: 4 benefits of trading for Odell Beckham

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WR corps all of a sudden top notch

The Browns went from an improved receiving corps in 2019 to having one of the best in the whole entire league.

In Cleveland, OBJ will partner with former LSU teammate Jarvis Landry.

Landry, who the Browns acquired for peanuts last offseason, can focus on being a short-yardage possession wideout while Beckham becomes the instant deep threat.

After you’re done drooling about those weapons, imagine Antonio Callaway as the third wide out. The guy has No. 1 receiver speed and he already looks like a polished veteran around the sideline.

The Browns also have Rashard Higgins returning, after placing a second-round tender on the former Sashi Brown draft choice. Derrick Willies also shoed enough before getting injury, that’d we’d all like to see more.

This is probably bad news for Breshad Perriman, because arguably the best wide receiver in the game just took his job. It’s been reported that Perriman, who just agreed to a one-year $4 million deal, has asked to released from the pact.