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Odell Beckham Jr. made himself right at home

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, Ohio (AP) — on the opening day of Browns training camp.The three-time Pro Bowl wide
receiver made a pair of highlight-reel catches on throws from Baker Mayfield,
delighting a capacity crowd that was lined up outside the gates several hours
before they opened Thursday.“I feel like I belong here already,” Beckham said,
breaking into a smile. “But I still don’t have a house yet, so if anyone has any
suggestions on where to live, let me know.“You could feel the hunger to win and
the warmth from the fans out there. I do love the love and I’m just happy to be
in a situation where I can give love back.”Cleveland fans’ crush on Beckham
began as soon he was acquired in a March 13 trade with the New York Giants. His
No. 13 was Nike’s best-selling jersey over the next 2 1/2 months nationally,
four spots ahead of rising star Mayfield, according to the NFLPA.Their
popularity was reflected in the stands at the Browns’ training facility, as
seemingly every other fan was wearing Beckham or Mayfield apparel. Though
Cleveland went 7-8-1 last season and hasn’t made the playoffs in 17 years, “OBJ”
has ignited unbridled optimism.“I think Odell should feel the love from the fans
because they showed it to him,” coach Freddie Kitchens said. “The passion in the
Cleveland area for the Browns — and from all Browns fans — is very unique. I
think that was demonstrated today and will be demonstrated the rest of training
camp.”Kitchens designed a pass play to Beckham on the initial snap of 11-on-11
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, then had Mayfield continue to feed him for the remainder
of the 2 ½-hour practice.The 5-foot-11, 198-pounder earned the loudest cheers of
the morning with a juggling, one-handed sideline catch while being blanketed by
starting cornerback Terrance Mitchell. He later went over the middle, between
defenders, to haul in a touchdown while sliding to his knees.“It is kind of a
security blanket having Odell,” Mayfield said. “The one throw on my left, it
looked like he kind of double-jumped because he had another jump in the air. We
talked about it in the spring; he is just a special individual who can do things
like that.”Beckham is aiming to prove his value to the team off the field, as
well, by taking an active leadership role. Kitchens praised his ongoing effort
to build relationships and is encouraging him to share his knowledge with
younger players.It’s a dramatic change from the egocentric image Beckham earned
over five seasons with the Giants, but one that the 26-year-old desperately
wants to make.“I’m blessed, God gifted me with some gifts http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/oshane-ximines-jersey ,”
he said. “Whenever I go to eat in the café, I sit with a different group of
people to talk and communicate and get to know these guys. I’m excited to be
able to learn new faces because these are the guys you battle with, and you will
forever remember and cherish them.”Browns general manager John Dorsey is seeking
to add another significant name to the roster as Pro Bowl defensive end Mike
Daniels visited the team one day after being released by Green Bay. Cleveland
has 2017 top overall draft pick Myles Garrett and Pro Bowl selection Olivier
Vernon, acquired in the Beckham trade, at the position, but Dorsey said a team
can never have too much talent.“We like good football players and he wouldn’t be
here if he wasn’t a good football player,” Kitchens said. “Those other guys are
not going away, either.”NOTES: Oklahoma product Mayfield was asked to reveal the
most important lesson he learned in college. “Don’t run from the cops,” he
deadpanned, referring to his 2017 arrest for public intoxication and fleeing the
police in Fayetteville, Arkansas. . Mayfield has mended fences with disgruntled
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, whom he sharply criticized after demanding a trade. “We
addressed it,” he said. “We’re going to handle it like professionals.” . RB
Kareem Hunt (groin) is expected to practice within a few days, according to
Kitchens. The former Chiefs standout, who is facing an eight-game NFL
suspension, was placed on the active/non-football injury list Wednesday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers cornerback James Bradberry has set his sights on
becoming an All-Pro cornerback this season.He will certainly have the
opportunity to prove he belongs in that category.The Panthers third-year cover
man will face the some of the league’s best wide receivers in the coming weeks,
beginning with Atlanta’s Julio Jones on Sunday.Bradberry, who regularly draws
the opposition’s best wide receiver, will also match up with Cincinnati’s A.J.
Green, New York Giants‘ Odell Beckham Jr. and Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown in the
next eight games. He’ll face Jones, Tampa Bay’s Mike Evans and New Orleans’
Michael Thomas twice this season playing in the NFC South.Bradberry sees this
season as a chance to show the rest of the league he’s an elite cornerback and
solidify his long-term future with the Panthers.He isn’t shying away from the
challenge.“That is what I find fun in this game is going against the
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Bradberry said.“This year is going to be a special year for him,” said Panthers
veteran nickel back Captain Munnerlyn. “He definitely can make a name for
himself.”Bradberry has come a long way since being a part of the secondary that
allowed Jones to compile 300 yards on 12 receptions in a 48-33 loss at Atlanta
four games into his rookie season in 2016. Bradberry started the game covering
Jones but left in the first quarter with a turf toe. He returned briefly in the
second half and struggled to keep up.He said the game has stuck in his memory
ever since, and still remembers the crowing chanting Jones’ name in the fourth
quarter.He said the embarrassment of the game still serves as motivation for
him.“I knew we couldn’t let that happen again,” Bradberry said. “It was a
disappointment to our fans and coaching staff. I didn’t want to see that
reaction on their faces again.”Panthers coach Ron Rivera said Bradberry is a
different player than he was back then — smarter, more experienced, smarter, and
better prepared.Unlike other cornerbacks the Panthers have had — Josh Norman and
this year’s rookie Donte Jackson, for example — Bradberry generally doesn’t say
much on the field.Rivera said there is a “quiet confidence” about him.“The neat
thing about James is he’s very steady,” Rivera said. “You don’t see a lot of
change in him. He works hard and he’s learned how to work. He understands what
it takes in terms of studying and preparation and he talks more.”Bradberry had
better be ready.Jones’ play hasn’t dropped off since that game.He remains focal
point of Atlanta’s passing game. Quarterback Matt Ryan targeted Jones 19 times
in the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles and he caught 10 passes for
169 yards. So Bradberry is expected a busy Sunday afternoon.Jones had 11 catches
for 198 yards in two games against Carolina last year.“You have to take your
level of competitiveness and ability to another level when you are facing guys
like that,” Bradberry said of Jones.Bradberry called Jones a great athlete and
the toughest receiver he’s faced in his first two NFL seasons, but qualified it
by saying he hasn’t played against Brown.“It’s going to be a great
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,” Bradberry said.Bradberry only allowed opposing
receivers to catch 55.9 percent of the passes thrown his way last season,
according to Pro Football Focus.And while he is Carolina’s unquestioned No. 1
cornerback, he knows that in order to gain some national recognition he needs to
find a way to get more interceptions.He has only four in his first two
seasons.“That’s how you get the voter’s attention, that’s how you get your
opponent’s attention is by getting interceptions, causing interceptions and
getting the ball back to the offense,” Bradberry said. “That’s the name of the
game on defense.”
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