The Odell Beckham Jr. experiment in Cleveland could be over just as soon as it began, as the latest reports from Jay Glazer are hinting at another trade involving the star wideout.
According to Glazer, Beckham has told Browns coaches and players that he wants out of Cleveland, with Glazer claiming he "doesn't see this relationship ending well."
That sound you hear is Bill Belichick calling John Dorsey and offering a fourth-round pick for the dynamic wide receiver.
Beckham arrived in Cleveland during the offseason after the Browns traded a first-round pick and safety Jabrill Peppers to the New York Giants.
Beckham is posting career lows in catches per game (4.8) and yards per game (67.1) on a Browns team that has severely underperformed. Although he has been dealing with a hernia, the fact that he has fewer catches, yards, and touchdowns than DeVante Parker is without question a failure of coaching.
If the Browns keep head coach Freddie Kitchens, who has shown he does not understand how to properly deploy Beckham, then Odell is well within his rights to demand a trade.