CLEVELAND — One week after what marked his best game as a member of the Cleveland Browns, Odell Beckham Jr. appears to still be in a good mood.
As he warmed up for the Browns' Week 5 matchup with the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, cameras spotted Beckham performing "The Griddy" -- a popular dance move that originated in the 3-time Pro Bowl wide receiver's hometown of New Orleans. Beckham's pregame game dance party came one week after the LSU product totaled 154 yards (81 receiving, 73 rushing) and three touchdowns, including a 37-yard throw from Jarvis Landry and a game-clinching 50-yard touchdown run -- in Cleveland's 49-38 win over the Dallas Cowboys, which gave the Browns a 3-1 record on the season -- their best start since 2001.
Speaking to reporters this week, Landry said that Beckham -- who he played with at LSU -- is the healthiest and happiest he's been since college. Asked about Landry's assessment, Beckham confirmed that was the case and it doesn't appear his good mood will be coming to an end anytime soon.
"I'd probably agree with that," Beckham said. "Coming from college into the league, it's just a completely different life. I feel like college was an intro and it was just right before the social media era and all that stuff so it's just a different day and age now and I think this is probably one of the best spots I've been in."
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