Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. remains limited in practice with a groin injury, the team’s recent injury report depicted.
Beckham’s groin injury first surfaced on the injury report in Week 8. However, it has not impacted his availability, as he has played every game of the 2019 campaign. Last week, before the Browns’ win over the Miami Dolphins, he was listed as limited every day before ultimately playing.
In a 41-24 win over the Dolphins, Beckham hauled in six receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown. On the season, the mercurial wide-out has 54 receptions for 776 yards and two touchdowns.
Barring an unforeseen change of circumstance, Beckham should play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. His Browns are attempting to force their way into the playoffs after a 2-6 start to the season. After winning three in the row, they stand at 5-6 and in the hunt.
Beckham stresses that the Browns must lock in for Sunday’s game. He said, via the team’s official website:
“It is tough. You just have to lock in. Whether it is Week 17, playoffs or whatever it is, you have to lock in. At this point in the season, we all know what is at stake. We know what we have to do, and right now, it just starts with beating Pittsburgh. That is the only goal that we have – to be 1-0 this week.”
Beckham will attempt to bring the Browns back up to .500. It appears as if he will do so despite being limited with a season-lingering groin injury.