Odell Beckham Jr. was clearly surprised when he learned that he had been traded from the New York Giants to the Cleveland Browns, disappeared from the public eye for several days to "treat" the new beginning.
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Since then, Beckham has said very little about trade or hunters rather than focusing solely on his rebirth in Cleveland with his good friends Jarvis Landry and Baker Mayfield.
But while Beckham has said his goodbye, another close friend of his Denver Bronco's edge rushes Von Miller to the point that the superstar recipient was deeply hurt by the deal.
"He was injured," Miller said during a look at the NFL Network. "He was harmed initially. He loved New York, he loved his teammates, he loved the team. When you get hit by something, you will be hurt. You'll feel some kind of disappointment with it. New opportunity. You saw his new teammates on Twitter and Instagram, they also love him. The whole city of Cleveland is thrilled. He is the new LeBron there, so he is excited about it. Beckham's pain contrary to what many believed might be triggered by Beckham himself. It was only a year ago when he was performing at ESPN, and in an exclusive interview with Josina Anderson, it seemed to mean he wanted out of New York.
Beckham doesn't seem to be on solid ground now. His time in New York is over, and things have just begun in Cleveland.
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