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OBJ says he has 'unfinished business' in Cleveland in response to Twitter talk of joining Patriots

Odell Beckham Jr.
Posted at 11:06 AM, Jun 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-30 11:06:29-04

CLEVELAND — Odell Beckham Jr. reiterated he has ‘unfinished business’ with the Browns, shooting down the talks on Twitter that he would go play with the New England Patriots with pal Cam Newton.

On Monday night, Beckham shot down such reports twice, the first time when comedian Bob Menery tweeted a workout video featuring Beckham with Newton, saying “@obj to New England? Hmmmm. Welcome to New England Cam! #doyourjob”

Beckham responded by tweeting, “Lol no sir boss! But y’all got my brother, wishin nothin but the best and LUV.”

The second time came when Los Angeles Dodger pitcher Alex Wood tweeted, “@obj to the Patriots before the season is done. BANK IT!”

Providing a response comforting to all Browns fans, Beckham said, “U can find me in The LAND homie! We got unfinished business.”

Since Beckham joined the Browns, trade rumors have followed him. In December 2019, Beckham put one of many reports to rest that he was unhappy, letting fans and the league know he wasn’t looking to get out of Cleveland after just one frustrating season.

His first season with the Browns in 2019, which ended 6-10, didn’t go as anyone planned

Beckham had surgery on Jan 21. New head coach Kevin Stefanski’s said last week that Beckham is “free and clear” and “100% ready for training camp,” according to News 5 media partner Ohio.com.

Veteran players are scheduled to report to camp on July 28, barring a delay related to the coronavirus pandemic.

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