Kim Jones Tells Emotional, Personal Story About Odell Beckham Jr

Kim Jones Tells Emotional, Personal Story About Odell Beckham Jr

The New York Giants traded wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., perhaps the greatest offensive player in franchise history, to the Cleveland Browns Tuesday afternoon.

As part of the package in the Beckham deal, the Giants added Jabrill Peppers, a 23-year-old safety from East Orange, NJ, who excelled at MI and, after a rough rookie year with the Browns, improved greatly last season.

Beckham ends his Giants tenure with 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns on 390 receptions in 59 career games.

There are zero indications the Cowboys ever even entertained the notion of working a deal for Beckham, or that the Giants would ever trade him within their division so he'd face them twice a season.

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Meanwhile, the return for Beckham was more substantial.

Although they addressed major needs when trading for Vernon and Beckham, the Browns do have two more holes they will need to address this off-season after those trades. Landon Collins has also headed to the division rival Washington Redskins in free agency, with Peppers now as the obvious replacement (and downgrade) at free safety.

The imagined look on Eli Manning's face at a Prescott-to-Beckham touchdown to beat NY aside, it's safe to say a sizable contingent of Cowboys fans would have flat-out revolted (at least at first) if the mercurial wideout had been brought to Dallas. Giants running back Saquon Barkley took home the award in 2017.

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