Many have speculated that Odell Beckham Jr. could be traded from the Cleveland Browns. However, his latest comments should suppress those rumors a bit. Ahead of the offseason, Beckham is feeling confident about the Kevin Stefanski era in Cleveland.

“With the new coach coming in, just seeing what he did with the Minnesota Vikings for a long time with Thielen and Diggs,” Beckham said via's Zach Frydenlund. “These are people who I've watched closely on their film, and just seeing the things that he did and meeting him and seeing where his mind's at for Jarvis and myself of how this will all work out, I have a good feeling about it, you know?”

Just last offseason, the Browns suddenly had lofty expectations after acquiring Beckham via trade. Aside from Beckham, the franchise was ecstatic to see what was in store with Freddie Kitchens as head coach.

Of course, Kitchens failed to prove he was the right guy for the job and was fired after one season. Now, fans in Cleveland are hoping that Stefanski can finally be the coach that achieves success with the Browns.

As for Beckham, he is coming off of arguably the worst year of his career. The three-time Pro Bowler finished the season with 74 receptions for 1,035 yards and only four touchdowns. Throughout the season, it was evident that Beckham was growing frustrated with his role in the offense.

Luckily for him, Stefanski is a head coach that can configure ways to get Beckham the ball. Despite the perception by some fans, Beckham seems to be excited about the opportunity to play in Stefanski's offense in 2020.