Odell Beckham, Jr.’s ACL Surgery On Left Knee Was ‘Successful’
Odell Beckham Jr.‘s surgery on his left knee ACL was “successful” Wednesday as the Cleveland Browns released a statement regarding their wide receiver’s status.
“Odell Beckham, Jr. underwent successful surgery to repair his anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The surgery was performed earlier today by Dr. James Andrews at the Andrews Institute for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Pensacola, Florida. Beckham is expected to be ready for the 2021 season.”Cleveland Browns Statement
The Browns expect OBJ to be ready to play next season. “Sit back relax (and) watch how God work…..Now let the journey begin…,” Beckham, Jr. posted on his Instagram one day ago.
OBJ also said adversity is nothing new to him.
Support And Encouragement
“The come back will make the story even greater. Watch how God show off‼️ #Respectfully,” Justin Laboy commented on OBJ’s post.
“Yessir! God don’t make mistakes! 💯,” Olumide Larry Ogunjobi, Browns’ defensive tackle and Beckham’s teammate, said.
“🙏🏿 you got this,” Dez Bryant, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver, said on Beckham’s post two days ago.
As OBJ recovers for next season, next up for the Cleveland Browns this season is a game at home against the Texans on Sunday.
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