BEREA, Ohio — Odell Beckham Jr. is formally back again.
The Cleveland Browns star extensive receiver will make his time debut Sunday against the Chicago Bears, mentor Kevin Stefanski announced Friday.
“He experienced a excellent 7 days,” Stefanski reported. “He is completely ready to go.”
Performing his way back again from last year’s time-ending left knee damage, Beckham sat out Cleveland’s very first two online games this time. Beckham, who endured a torn ACL on Oct. 25, experienced been a minimal participant by way of instruction camp and observe the very first two months of the time.
He has been a comprehensive participant in observe given that Wednesday, and Stefanski reported Beckham experienced “no constraints” this 7 days and “took every single rep.”
For the very first time this time, Beckham was not on Cleveland’s damage report Friday.
“I have worked incredibly hard to not only get back again, but boost and be far better than I at any time have been,” Beckham reported Thursday. “I’m absolutely wanting forward to it. It’s been a long time. A long time in that cave. … It’s likely to be specific.”
Cleveland positioned wideout Jarvis Landry on wounded reserve earlier this 7 days due to the fact of a medial collateral ligament sprain in his left knee, that means he will overlook a minimal of three online games.