CLEVELAND, Ohio — Odell Beckham Jr. and Jadeveon Clowney are both trying to do similar things in a Browns uniform in 2021. The 2014 draft picks are both coming back from injury and both trying to prove they can be the players they were just a few seasons ago.
Which player’s comeback will play a bigger role in the Browns’ success in 2021?
Obviously Beckham, when healthy and at his best, is one of teh league’s best wide receivers. Clowney hasn’t reached the heights of Beckham’s Giants days, but he showed during his time with the Texans how much he can impact the quarterback.
Mary Kay Cabot, Ellis Williams and I answered that question and two others on Monday’s Orange and Brown Talk Podcast and also reacted to the release of Sheldon Richardson.
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