Beckham hauled in four of 10 targets for 60 yards in the Browns' 21-7 win over the Steelers on Thursday.
Beckham led the Browns in receiving yardage on the night with his relatively modest tally. The star wideout's catch total was actually his lowest since a disastrous loss to the 49ers in Week 5, and his yardage tally ranked as his second highest over the last four contests. Beckham continues to fall well below preseason expectations, but a combination of erratic play from quarterback Baker Mayfield and questionable offensive schemes has had a significant part to play in his struggles. Beckham will look to capitalize on a favorable matchup against the Dolphins in Week 12, a week from Sunday.
Beckham caught five of 12 targets for 57 yards during Sunday's 19-16 win over the Bills.
Although Beckham's dozen targets set a new season high, he only hauled in 42 percent of the balls thrown his way. He didn't generate a play longer than 16 yards as he drew plenty of attention from a skilled Buffalo secondary. Meanwhile, Jarvis Landry had another productive game and Kareem Hunt was a notable factor in the passing game, so perhaps opposing defenses won't be able to key in quite as much on Beckham moving forward. He will look to make a greater impact Thursday against the Steelers.
Beckham caught five of six targets for a team-high 87 yards in Sunday's 24-19 loss to the Broncos.
After a quiet first half, Beckham may some big runs after the catch in the fourth quarter as the Browns tried to mount a comeback, but it was the target he didn't get that will linger -- on a fourth down in Denver territory, Beckham seemed to have Chris Harris beat down the sideline for what might have been the go-ahead TD, only for Baker Mayfield to instead try to squeeze the ball in to Jarvis Landry over the middle and have it fall incomplete. Through eight games, Beckham is on pace for his fifth career 1000-yard campaign, but his one touchdown is far below his usual production from his Giants days.
Beckham (groin) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
As was the case Wednesday and Thursday, Beckham remained a limited participant in practice Friday while nursing the groin injury, but the Browns apparently were satisfied enough with his health to clear him to play this weekend. He'll look to put an end to a five-game streak without a touchdown while he takes aim at the Broncos' fourth-ranked pass defense.
Beckham (groin) remained limited at Thursday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Though Beckham was limited for the second straight day, along with fellow receiver Jarvis Landry (shoulder), Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer relays that coach Freddie Kitchens indicated that the duo looked better Thursday. "They got the reps they needed,'' Kitchens noted after practice. With that in mind, we expect Beckham to be a go Sunday against the Broncos, though an added layer pertaining to his current injury came to light Thursday, when Beckham revealed that the issue stems from a hip injury that hampered him prior to the season.
Beckham (groin) was limited at Wednesday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The same applies to Jarvis Landry (shoulder), but so far there's nothing to suggest that either wideout's status for this weekend's game against the Broncos is in any danger. Beckham was listed on last week's injury report with a groin issue, yet practiced fully in advance an eventual loss to the Patriots. Unless news surfaces that Beckham suffered a setback at Wednesday's practice, it's fair to assume that his listed limitations were maintenance-related.
Beckham caught five of seven targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots.
He once again took a back seat to Jarvis Landry in the Cleveland passing game, although Landry needed three more targets for gain only 13 more yards on the day. Beckham hasn't found the end zone since Week 2, and the Browns' general offensive dysfunction has made his week-to-week production erratic, but the former Giant is still on pace for the fifth 1000-yard campaign in his six-year career.
Beckham has still been receiving treatment for a sore groin initially injured during training camp, ESPN's Josina Anderson reported on "Fantasy Football Now" on Sunday morning.
Beckham is not on the injury list and hasn't been for most of the season, even though he's been bothered by the issue all season. It's a good illustration that the injury report doesn't thoroughly break down each player's woes in and of itself.
Beckham hauled in six of 11 targets for 101 scoreless yards in Sunday's 32-28 loss to the Seahawks.
Beckham's struggles lately have been well-documented, as he caught just 10 passes for 103 yards over the previous three games. He nearly met that yardage total in this contest alone. This was Beckham's fourth straight game without a touchdown, as he dropped a pass on the Seahawks' goal line in the fourth quarter. The drops have clearly been a problem for Beckham this season, and he'll look to figure out the issue during the upcoming bye week with a daunting Week 8 matchup against the Patriots on the other side.
Beckham was listed as a full participant at Thursday's practice with a hip injury.
Beckham has been on the Browns' injury report every week due to the hip injury he suffered during training camp, but he's played all five games thus far. He should be a go for Week 6's home tilt against the Seahawks.
Beckham was listed as a full participant at Wednesday's practice with a hip injury.
Beckham, who missed significant time during preseason due to a hip injury, should be ready to play Week 6 against the Seahawks. Health is not on the mind of fantasy owners when it comes to Beckham; it is the four catches on 13 targets over the last two weeks. The real concern is why the Browns can't get the ball in his hands more often.
Beckham caught two of six targets for 27 yards in Monday night's 31-3 loss to the 49ers. He also rushed twice for 15 yards, completed a pass for 20 yards and lost a fumble on a punt return.
Beckham set career lows Week 4 with just two catches for 20 yards, yet barely turned in a better statistical performance Monday. That wasn't due to the same lack of opportunity, however, as Cleveland clearly made a concerted effort to get him involved early. Not only did he pass on the Browns' first offensive play, but he also took two handoffs and was given a desperation punt-return try later on. Unfortunately, Beckham was stripped while attempting to make something out of nothing on that run back, only adding to his frustrations. Coming off back-to-back duds, Beckham will aim to get back on track this Sunday versus the Seahawks, whose pass defense has actually surrendered the seventh-most yards per game to this point in the season.
Beckham caught two of seven targets for 20 yards and threw an incomplete pass in Sunday's 40-25 win over Baltimore.
Jarvis Landry was the go-to guy in Cleveland's passing game with 167 yards prior to exiting with a concussion, and four of the team's five touchdowns came on the ground. Beckham didn't make a catch until the fourth quarter but showed off his athleticism on a trick play, avoiding a pair of would-be tacklers in the backfield before uncorking a deep ball that went right through the hands of Damion Ratley. It's good to see the Browns trying to find other ways to get the ball in Beckham's hands, but second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield has regressed after a strong finish to his rookie season, leading to a relatively quiet start to the year for the star receiver, outside of his 89-yard touchdown against the Jets in Week 2. Expect Beckham to bounce back on Monday Night Football in San Francisco in Week 5, especially if Landry's unable to suit up.
Beckham hauled in six passes (nine targets) for 56 yards in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Rams.
Beckham was tied for the team lead with nine targets, but he was unable to break off a huge play like he did against the Jets last week. Baker Mayfield hit up his star wideout on a few signature slants, but the quarterback struggled when dropping back five or seven steps in the pocket. Beckham is averaging 6.3 receptions per game with his new club, providing a solid floor even on nights where he doesn't take one to the house, especially in PPR formats. Cleveland's QB/WR combo will look to connect for bigger gains against a Ravens defense on Sunday that was burned deep by the Chiefs this week.
Beckham hauled in six of 10 targets, amassing 161 yards and one touchdown catch during Monday's 23-3 win against the Jets.
Returning to New York for the first time since being traded to Cleveland in March, Beckham predictably put on a show under the bright lights, starting with a brilliant one-handed snag that helped set up a Browns field goal on the opening drive. It was a late Le'Veon Bell fumble that proved to be the last nail in the coffin for Gang Green on Monday night, but Beckham's 89-yard catch-and-run in the third quarter was also a huge play that helped Cleveland push its advantage to three scores. Week 3 presents another prime-time matchup Sunday night against the Rams, as Beckham and the Browns' receiving corps face a Los Angeles defense that held New Orleans to 203 passing yards its last time out.
Beckham caught seven of 11 targets for 71 yards in Sunday's 43-13 loss to the Titans.
Beckham led his new team in targets, catches and receiving yards, but the entire Browns offense looked underwhelming after receiving nonstop offseason hype. Quarterback Baker Mayfield in particular underperformed, throwing a trio of fourth-quarter interceptions. While Beckham's volume in this one despite multiple other notable mouths to feed was encouraging, he'll need Mayfield to step things up in Week 2 against the Jets and beyond if the former Giants receiver is going to live up to his lofty ADP.
Beckham (hip) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game against the Titans, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Beckham was a surprise addition to the Browns' injury report Thursday with a hip issue, which he admitted was difficult to deal with throughout the preseason, per Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. While he said that his ability to sprint "hinders" him, Beckham nonetheless was a full practice participant both Thursday and Friday. He'll thus serve as Baker Mayfield's top target Week 1.
Beckham (hip) took part in Friday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Beckham was listed on Thursday's injury report with a hip injury, but he was a full participant in practice and was back out there Friday, so it doesn't appear he's dealing with anything that will cause concern about his availability for Week 1. The Browns will reveal Beckham's official status for Sunday's season opener against the Titans when they release their final injury report of the week.
Beckham popped up on the injury report Thursday as a full participant with a hip injury.
One day after the report didn't include Beckham, the star receiver was added as a full participant Thursday. In a related item, he told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he's been afraid to open up due to the hip injury that has hung over him all preseason. "It's something that hinders me from fully sprinting as fast as I can. I'd rather get to Sunday and open up [vs. the Titans] than be running around and hinder myself before the game," said Beckham. Despite that uncertainty during the practice week, he added that he'll be ready to go full tilt Sunday against the Titans.
Beckham (hip) didn't appear Wednesday on the Browns' first regular-season injury report, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
The listing backs up coach Freddie Kitchens' earlier claim that the wideout, who had previously been managing a hip issue, will be "ready to go" for Sunday's game against the Titans. Beckham didn't see any action in the preseason due to the injury, but he's not expected to have his snaps limited as a result in his Cleveland debut.
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