Football world reacts to blockbuster Odell Beckham Jr.-Jabrill Peppers trade

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The New York Giants are trading wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.to the Cleveland Browns, according to a source familiar with the deal.

But the Giants have three of the top 37 draft picks in April, and 12 overall. He had 77 catches for 1,052 yards and six touchdowns in 2018.

Mayfield and Beckham are already tight; they spent part of last summer working out in California with Landry, who has been campaigning since he arrived in Cleveland for his former college teammate to join him.

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Zeitler, whom the Browns signed as a free agent in 2017, started all 16 games in each of his two seasons in Cleveland.

In other words, Beckham if he wanted, could potentially raise a stink about the trade and wanting a new contract - a la Antonio Brown to the Bills in a deal that fell through - and create some issues. I was not expecting (Beckham to come, too).

Now New York will feature Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram as its primary playmakers in the passing game (outside of Saquon, of course). Football fans in MI noticed, too, but not only because of Beckham going to Cleveland.

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The Giants are getting a 2019 first round pick (No. 17), a third round pick as well as safety Jabril Peppers.

The Giants' loss is the gain of Beckham and the Browns franchise. The Giants were not going to win next season anyway. Like OBJ, Peppers has Pro Bowls in his future. If the Giants were blown away with an offer, the move might have made more sense. "The running back, [Saquon] Barkley, is a first-ballot Hall of Famer if he stays healthy, but the problem is he's not a quarterback". "I will always appreciate the opportunity the Giants granted me and I'm thankful to them along with the fans and people in that city for supporting me".

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