Looks like Odell Beckham Jr. might just finally get his wish granted, if this recent rumor turns out to be true. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk reports that the Cleveland Browns have “plans” to release the wide receiver, ending a week-long saga full of rumors and confusion in Cleveland.

Per Florio:

“The key word in this is “plan,” because plans can always change. As Thursday night comes to a conclusion, however, we’re told that the Browns currently plan to release receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on Friday.”

“The move is expected to be accompanied by a revised contract that reduces the team’s obligation to pay Beckham, if he’s not claimed on waivers and becomes eligible for the balance of his salary termination pay. The challenge for Beckham becomes not making the reduced salary so low that someone claims the contract on waivers.”

It was a tumultuous week that started with Beckham Jr.'s father liking a compilation of Browns QB Baker Mayfield not passing to his son. A flurry of #FreeOBJ tweets later (with one coming from Cleveland legend LeBron James) and excused absences later, it seems like the organization has decided that cutting ties with the former Offensive Rookie of the Year is the best decision.

Beckham Jr. hasn't been the same dynamic superstar that took the league by storm before. He has suffered multiple injuries that have hindered his ability to play at the highest level. However, the Browns offense also hasn't been doing him any favors, as Mayfield and coach Kevin Stefanski seem to have lost faith in the wide receiver.

Still, there's hope that Beckham Jr. can regain his past mojo with another team. Perhaps a change of pace is needed for OBJ to succeed again. One thing is clear, though: sooner or later, Odell Beckham Jr.'s stint with the Browns is over.