Come to Cleveland and ask O if he actually likes it. Just because you say you have a source doesn’t mean you’re not full of BS.
And while you’re at it... come see if I’m a baby... #10ToesDown
Colin Cowherd is convinced new Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. isn't happy in Cleveland.
And quarterback Baker Mayfield isn't happy with the Fox Sports radio and TV host's take.
"Odell didn't want to go here. Odell's not happy," Cowherd said Friday on his show. "The owner [Jimmy Haslam] is a control freak. [General Manager] John Dorsey is a control freak. [Coach] Freddie Kitchens could be over his head. I'm not even mentioning Baker, who's a kid. He's just a baby."
Mayfield responded to a video clip from "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" by tweeting the following: "Come to Cleveland and ask O if he actually likes it. Just because you say you have a source doesn’t mean you’re not full of BS. And while you’re at it... come see if I’m a baby... #10ToesDown."
Cowherd said "I have this as well sourced as I can have it" that Beckham wanted to go to Los Angeles, not Cleveland, where the New York Giants traded him last month.
"Odell Beckham's not happy here," Cowherd said. "He's not happy. Look at him. Does he look happy?
"Now, he'll make it work, but this was not his choice, and this is a bad organization that can't win."
During Beckham's introductory news conference on Monday, he admitted being traded "was definitely a shock" and gave him a lot to process, but he stressed he's all in with the Browns now.
“As it all settled in, I’m very excited about this,” Beckham said, “and I think that it’s going to be one of the best things that ever happened to me in my life.”
About 40 minutes after Mayfield responded to Cowherd on social media, Browns executive vice president JW Johnson tweeted, "It’s amazing what clowns and cowards do for clicks. What a joke!"
It’s amazing what clowns and cowards do for clicks. What a joke!— JW Johnson (@JDubsIII) April 5, 2019