Browns Debut Retro Uniforms, Reports Odell Beckham Jr. Could Go To Vikings


The Cleveland Browns followed a number of other teams in virtually debuting their new uniforms. The retro look harks back to 1964 when the team won an NFL title and was led by the legendary Jim Brown. The notable changes include brown and white jerseys, white and brown pants (no orange pants), inside the collar of every jersey will be the number 1946 instead of “DAWG POUND”, and no drop shadow numbers.

Speaking of the Browns, there has been some speculation that Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. could be traded. Marc Malusis of WFAN tweeted “Source has told me that the Browns and Vikings are in discussions on a trade that would send [Beckham] to the Vikings for a 2nd and 5th round pick next year.” According to reports, this scenario is highly unlikely partly because the Vikings would have a tough time absorbing Beckham’s base salary of $14 million, and Beckham Jr. and Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins don’t appear to be a great fit.



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