The Cleveland Browns shocked the National Football League on Tuesday night, reportedly agreeing to a trade for New York Giants superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham. "I think the tide has turned and we can't wait to get out there and prove it". "I'm trying to process it right now".
Beckham had approved a trade to the Dallas Cowboys so that he could play with quarterback Dak Prescott and, as you might expect, make the Giants pay dearly twice a year. He was suspended for one game for his on-field battles with Carolina cornerback Josh Norman.
Whichever side of the debate you fall on, however, one thing is clear for fans - it could be worse. It's a position the Giants haven't been in since well before Eli Manning arrived in 2004. It has cost them qualified candidates at general manager, it has forced them into looking for a certain style of head coach, and it has tied them to a player at the most important position in sports that is awful. But then when presented with an opportunity to definitively say he would not deal his star wideout, Gettleman declined to do so. But it sure does seem like he would have been better off, at least from the perspective of earning the most amount of money as early as possible, taking the contract the Steelers offered him. He also comes off two injury-plagued years. The Giants lost the game 38-13 and Beckham was held to four catches for just 28 yards.
Perriman caught 16 passes for 320 yards and two touchdowns with the Browns last season.
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But MPs rejected it in January by a massive 432 votes to 202, with many of May's Conservatives rebelling against her. Britain's Parliament is due to vote Tuesday on the withdrawal agreement, which it has already rejected once.
The Browns have already landed a major piece to their offensive puzzle this offseason with grabbing wide out Odell Beckham Jr.
Steve Keim, Dave Gettleman, it is your move now.
Peppers, the safety acquired in Tuesday's trade, gives Big Blue a young, up-and-coming defender. In three years at MI, he had 119 tackles, 3 sacks and one interception, in his final game at Ohio State.