If you thought Odell Beckham Jr. was done going off about the Giants, you were wrong.
The same day comments emerged from Beckham's teammate Baker Mayfield where he took a shot at Giants QB Daniel Jones, Beckham was quoted in a wide-ranging piece on the Browns for Sports Illustrated where he claimed the Giants had better trade offers but sent him to the Browns "to die."
"This wasn't no business move," Beckham said. "This was personal. They thought they'd send me here to die."
In exchange for Beckham, the Giants received the No. 17 overall pick in this past April's NFL Draft and safety Jabrill Peppers. They also exchanged third-round picks.
There have not been any firm reports that the Giants had better offers for Beckham elsewhere.
It's also hard to view sending Beckham to a team that has one of the most exciting quarterbacks in football and Beckham's best friend (Jarvis Landry) as some type of punishment.
During the interview with SI, Beckham didn't take any shots at Eli Manning (who he took aim at last season during an infamous interview with ESPN), but said the Giants are "stuck in an older mindset" when it comes to how they run their offense.
The recent comments from Beckham are just the latest in a string of comments he's made about the Giants since the trade, with the latest being on July 22.
"They could never get past my past," he told GQ at the time about the Giants, while placing the blame for most of the bad blood on GM Dave Gettleman while at the same time showing love for John Mara.
Beckham also talked about his love for the fans, deflected blame for his playoff performance against the Packers, and talked about how he kept the Giants' brand alive.
A few days after Beckham's July comments, Manning responded.
"I don't think they bothered me. You just kind of shake your head and laugh," Manning said. "I won a few games before he was here."