BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Once Odell Beckham Jr. found his way back to Ohio, it didn’t take him long to notice a change.
“I feel something in the air,” he said. “Something special that Cleveland hasn’t had for a while.”
Beckham has breathed new life into the Browns.
The superstar wide receiver held court for nearly 20 minutes Wednesday in his first media availability since Cleveland introduced him to its ravenous fan base in a news conference on April 1. Beckham, whose antics in New York became tabloid fodder for five seasons, spent most of the past eight weeks away from the team getting his body into peak condition and his mind right.