As a Saints fan, you've probably had a mixture of emotions ranging from well what do we do now at wide receiver to man, I hate the rams to maybe we wish you the best Odell. Whatever it may be anger, sadness, or happiness(if you're solely an Odell fan or a Rams fan) no one captured these emotions better than Comedian Jono Barnes. Jono Barnes is a die-hard Saints fan who made a video of a fake text thread between him and Odell where he expresses his true feelings as a Saints fan to the star Wide Receiver.
As NFL fan bases across the league patiently await the news of where Pro-Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will land, reports are coming out that he has narrowed his choices down to three teams. Moves are expected to happen sooner rather than later as #OdellWatch is underway.
For the first time in his career, former LSU Tiger Odell Beckham Jr. is a free-agent and will now be able to select his next team. While many teams around the NFL are surely interested in landing OBJ, New Orleans Saints defenseman Kwon Alexander is going directly to his former teammate by Tweeting the standout receiver.
After the Saints lost to the Atlanta Falcons via a buzzer beating field-goal after mounting a 4th-quarter comeback, there was one very evident issue plaguing the productivity of the offense in New Orleans. As members of the #WhoDatNation look to find a solution to the dropped-passes problem, one fan reached out directly to Odell Beckham Jr. and will "Leave The Dome Open".
After being held by the Cleveland Browns, the former LSU Tigers star Odell Beckham Jr. was released from his team on his 29th birthday. Now that the three-time pro-bowler is headed to the waiver wire, the photoshop geniuses on Twitter are throwing Beckham into various jerseys from potential teams to see how he would shape up.
Odell Beckham Jr is being held hostage by the Clevland Browns. Head coach Kevin Stefanski told the Browns that Odell would not be with the team for the rest of the season. This all transpired due to a video released by Odell Sr. Said video calls out Baker Mayfield for never throwing Odell the ball.
Louisiana State University is penalizing themselves in the form of eight football scholarships and reduced recruiting visits after uncovering booster payments to the father of a football player. The penalties also affect former star wideout and current Cleveland Brown, Odell Beckham Jr., who was captured on video handing out cash to LSU players after their National Championship victory.