Odell Beckham Jr. can't wait for his fresh start in Cleveland, but his last season with the New York Giants was still one to remember when compared to other NFL wide receivers.
Beckham landed at No. 23 in the NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2019 list after he caught six touchdowns and gathered 1,052 receiving yards in 12 games for the Giants last season. The veteran wideout, who's made the Top 100 list each year of his career, was traded to the Browns in March in a transaction that changed the landscape of the AFC North.
He still finished well in the rankings, but Beckham is capable of even more production with the Browns. The 2014 Rookie of the Year ended with double-digit touchdown totals his first three seasons in the league, and he recently stated that he wants to catch Jerry Rice's all-time record of 22,985 career receiving yards.
With quarterback Baker Mayfield behind him and wide receiver Jarvis Landry across the field, there's plenty of reason to believe Beckham can make a dent toward that record with another big year with the Browns this season.
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