Cleveland Browns

Odell Beckham Jr. not at Browns voluntary minicamp, which begins today


CLEVELAND, Ohio — Odell Beckham Jr. is not at the Browns voluntary minicamp, which began today, a league source told cleveland.com .


He also unloaded on the Giants in a Twitter rant on Monday, defending himself against GM Dave Gettleman’s suggestion that he was a culture problem and more.


Beckham showed up for the first day of the voluntary offseason program and his introductory press conference on April 1, but has been working out on his own ever since, which is typical for him.


“Where I stand is that any time that you have, as an organization, you have a first-year coaching staff and you’re installing new offenses and new defenses, it’s good to be here; but let’s remember, the CBA created this to where it’s a voluntary situation,’’ Dorsey said in his pre-draft press conference Thursday.


Immediately after Beckham was traded to the Browns, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that he wants his five-year, $95 million contract extension -- signed last August -- to be restructured.


Jets running back Le’Veon Bell is also absent for new head coach Adam Gase’s first minicamp practice.






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