Apparently, the team’s owners, Jimmy and Dee Haslam, still like Beckham a lot even after he joined the Los Angeles Rams.
Even defensive end Myles Garrett would love to have the Super Bowl LVI champion back.
However, Beckham’s return is not guaranteed, especially now that he has to rehabilitate his torn ACL.
Still, the three-time Pro Bowler isn’t ruling out a comeback despite an unfortunate start in his tenure with the Browns.
Even head coach Kevin Stefanski keeps the door open for a possible reunion with the former LSU standout, as shared by Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot.
#Browns Kevin Stefanski on FA Odell Beckham Jr. not slamming the door shut on a return to CLE: “I really like Odell. We’ll see how it all plays out.”
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) March 28, 2022
Cabot tweeted, “#Browns Kevin Stefanski on FA Odell Beckham Jr. not slamming the door shut on a return to CLE: ‘I really like Odell. We’ll see how it all plays out.'”
Aside from his availability, Beckham’s asking price will be a major consideration in his possible return.
He would command a steep price given that he’s already a Super Bowl champion and showed that he’s still an elite receiver during his brief stint with the Rams.
That said, will the Browns commit a portion of their $22 million cap space for a player that they might not have until the 2023 season?
No Apprehensions For Beckham’s Return
While Beckham’s return to Cleveland is more fiction than fact, recent developments might lead him to make a return.
Mayfield was the focal point of Odell Beckham Sr.’s video that showcased the instances wherein the quarterback failed to see an open Beckham Jr. in multiple instances.
Likewise, lining up with Amari Cooper will make his job easier.
Still, it’s Beckham’s decision to make after he returns to full health.