The Cleveland Browns are falling apart.
Last week, it was rumored that Odell Beckham Jr. wanted out of Cleveland, and yelled to the opposite sideline, "come get me," suggesting he wanted them to trade for him, or pick him up.
This weekend, the Browns had an embarrassing loss on the road against the Arizona Cardinals, and the word is OBJ wasn't the only one yelling "come get me."
Two sources told the NFL Network's Michael Silver that as the game ended, "multiple" Browns players yelled toward the Arizona sideline to "come get me," including wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
Multiple Browns players, including Jarvis Landry, yelled “Come get me” to the Cardinals sideline on Sunday, per @MikeSilver.— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 16, 2019
That’s the same phrase @JayGlazer reported OBJ has told opponents. pic.twitter.com/ochiw0gBoo
During the fourth quarter on the sideline, Jarvis got into an argument with the Browns head coach, Freddie Kitchens, and demanded the ball more.
After the game, Browns coach Freddie Kitchens had this to say about Jarvis.
"I wouldn't change Jarvis for anything," Kitchens said Monday. "Jarvis plays the game with passion, which I love. He's tough, he's physical. He wants to win and when you want to win as badly as Jarvis does, sometimes your emotion gets the best of you. But I don't have a problem with Jarvis. He's one of my favorites, the way he plays the game, him as a person, everything."
Do you think OBJ and Jarvis Landry will be on the Browns next season?