WR Odell Beckham Jr.: "I'm a man. I take my wins and my losses. I've just got to come out and be better, plain and simple"
As one of the most recognizable players on the Ravens roster and definitely someone famous outside of the United States, veteran wideout Odell Beckham sat at the table on Thursday to talk the media and indirectly to the fans watching.
Beckham discussed a lot of things in his brief time there, touching on his lack of production, suffering some setbacks while rehabbing of late, and what's next for him and the team.
"There's no time for excuses or putting blame here or there. I'm a man. I take my wins and my losses. I've just got to come out and be better, plain and simple, and do whatever I can to help this team win."- Odell Beckham, Baltimore Ravens
On top of that, Beckham revealed "It's been tough" coming back from his ACL injury suffered nearly two years ago.
"I worked my ass off for a long time since that Super Bowl [injury]," Beckham said. "Just to have a small, small setback that you never saw coming, it's just unfortunate."
The wide receiver, however, offered hope to the Ravens fans listening to him, saying "It never feels good when you're not at your very, very best--I feel much better this week."