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Free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. gave a not-so-subtle indication that he won’t be returning to the Browns this offseason — selling his $3.3 million Ohio mansion, according to TMZ.
Beckham, who’s coming off a Super Bowl win with the Los Angeles Rams, put the home on the market two months ago and beat the 29-year-old receiver in reaching a deal this offseason.
ODELL BECKHAM JR.’S SELLING HIS OHIO HOUSE WITH AN INSANE CUSTOM CLOSET
The 13,800-square-foot Columbia Station home is equipped with “four bedrooms, seven baths, a decked-out kitchen, 3-car garage, movie theater, golf simulator, a game room, and game streaming room.”
An indoor shoe closet the size of a living room also comes with the swanky Ohio residence. The home is 20 miles west of Cleveland.
The news could indicate that OBJ is making progress on a deal to make LA his full-time home, still hanging in free agency, and most likely waiting on Rams general manager Les Snead to cut the check.
Making significant progress on his ACL tear recovery, an injury suffered during the Super Bowl, Beckham is showing that he’s ready to continue to impact the Rams’ offense in their hunt for back-to-back championships.
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Cleveland’s offense, on the other hand, has been shaken up plenty this offseason, with the wide receivers unit suffering a major loss.
The Browns released long-time teammate and friend of Odell’s, Jarvis Landry, in March — doing away with the old regime which was keen on featuring its star LSU receivers since the two first paired up in Cleveland in 2018.
Landry found a new home with the New Orleans Saints, a unit on the ascent after drafting OSU’s Chris Olave and welcoming back Michael Thomas.
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$3.3mm more white privilege oh uh wait a minute
Hire a good interior decorator…
That is a ridiculously low price for a house that big. Probably sold it to one of those hedge fund deals, that or it was such a mess that the remodel bill will be huge.