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Odell Beckham was initially hesitant to play with a left-handed QB

Odell Beckham is playing for his fourth team in four years.

He had options this offseason and ultimately chose the Dolphins thanks to coach Mike McDaniel.

One of his first concerns about playing in Miami was playing with a left-handed quarterback. Beckham felt comfortable after watching tape of Tua Tagovailoa and talking to those who played with the Dolphins quarterback.

“I was definitely a little hesitant at first, because he’s left-handed, and I think I’ve been avoiding lefties,” Beckham said, via a team transcript. “But now that I think about it, I’ve been throwing with Jarvis Landry since I was 15 years old. One of my coaches is left-handed.

“They said he just threw differently. They said the accuracy and spin, it’s like it’s not really like he’s left-handed. Just watching his film, he does a lot of great things. He did it at Alabama, he did it here with the Dolphins. Like I said, I just saw an opportunity when I really watched the movie, when I really sat down and didn’t look at a destination. I looked in the mirror and found a place for myself and my career. I just saw a lot of opportunity here.

Tagovailoa led the league in yards last season with 4,624 with 29 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, and he now has Beckham to go with Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle at wideout.

“I think we all push each other, and for me, at this point in my life and my career, I haven’t been the No. 1 (receiver) in a minute,” Beckham said. “You could go look at the targets. You could go see anything. That’s not really where I was at. So just understanding your role and how you can be the best in that role, maximize those opportunities. Don’t look for more or less, just stay in the moment and I believe you will find a way to succeed.

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