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Dolphins' Odell Beckham Jr. 'at peace,' wants 'great ending' to story - ESPN

MIAMI — Odell Beckham Jr. feels at peace with where his NFL career has taken him.

The 10-year veteran wide receiver made three Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl before signing with the Miami Dolphins this offseason, where he will assume a role behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, who have combined for more receiving yards over the past two seasons than any other duo in the league.

Beckham is comfortable with a support role at this point of his career, and he chooses to look forward rather than backward.

«I think we all just push each other. And for me, at this place in my life and my career, I haven't been the No. 1 in a minute,» Beckham said Wednesday. «You could go look at targets, you could go look at anything, that's not really where I've been at. So just understanding your role and how can you be the very best at that role, maximize those opportunities. Don't look for more or less, just stay within that present moment and I think you'll find a way to succeed.

»It's amazing. It gives you a huge sense of peace. I feel like I used to carry a lot of anger or resentment or whatever it was. Now I just feel at peace. You're able to train, you're able to play the game that you love again. You kind of get past all the business side or whatever could be holding you back. A part of me feels like this is an opportunity for it to just be football."

Beckham's 4,122 receiving yards from 2014 to 2016 remain the third-most in NFL history by a player in their first three seasons. The 2014 first-round pick has just 3,810 receiving yards in six seasons since, however, and hasn't surpassed 1,000 yards in a single season since 2019.

Injuries have played a large part in his statistical decline. He fractured his left ankle after playing just

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