After missing eight practices during Cleveland Browns OTAs, Odell Beckham Jr. has some catching up to do, according to head coach Freddie Kitchens.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday (per 92.3 The Fan), Kitchens commented on what Beckham missed: “A lot,” Kitchens said. “The offense.”
The rookie head coach also said, “I just want to see him.”
Beckham was present for the first day of Browns OTAs but then skipped the remainder of the practices. The team expects him to attend mandatory minicamp next week.
For what it’s worth, Cleveland’s offense looked pretty darn potent this week, even without Beckham in attendance.