The Cleveland Browns receiver has tested negative for COVID-19 along with the rest of the team and is cleared to play Sunday.
There was some concern just a few days ago about the playing status of Odell Beckham Jr. The Cleveland Browns receiver was sent home from practice after not feeling well which combined with the Colts COVID scare resulted in a bit of a panic. Beckham and the rest of his teammates tested negative in their most recent tests and are good to go Sunday.
This is good news considering the Browns are going to need every player to be available when they face the Steelers. Cleveland will be facing a stout Pittsburgh defense which will put pressure on the offense. The Steelers are allowing the second-fewest rushing yards per game this season (64). This means at some point a play in the passing game will need to be made and having someone like Beckham makes that possible.