Cleveland Browns WR Odell Beckham Jr. (knee) told reporters his knee is "feeling great" but would not provide a speculative timetable for his return as a full-go participant, per Jake Trotter. (Jake Trotter on Twitter)
Beckham tore his ACL in Week 7 last season and has since been fully rehabbing the injury. Adding one of the most explosive deep-threat wideouts to an already stacked roster should keep the Browns atop the AFC North in 2021. OBJ had 23 receptions for 319 yards and three touchdowns for Cleveland in 2020 and added another 72 rushing yards and a touchdown prior to suffering the torn ACL. He is now a value as the WR29 with an ADP of 62.9, compared to his third-round ADP of 34.7 in 2020 drafts. It's a run-heavy offense led by Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt but we saw Jarvis Landry finish as the WR36 in half-PPR last season, so there is a decent probability OBJ yields a WR2 season with WR3 value in 2021, barring any rehab or injury setbacks.