A change of scenery could do former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham well.
In speaking with the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Zach Berman, it’s obvious he’s optimistic about his new start with the Philadelphia Eagles after being traded earlier this week. Green-Beckham appears to have moved past his time with Tennessee Titans, who drafted him 40th overall in 2015. Green-Beckham arrives to the Eagles after he had 32 catches for 549 yards receiving last year.
Green-Beckham told Berman that he’s “not necessarily sure” why Tennessee traded him, but he’s looking forward to a new beginning.
“I think this will be a fresh start, new start, new teammates, new family, great family atmosphere,” Green-Beckham said. “I feel like this is a brand new start.”
The Titans wanted Green-Beckham to become more consistent, so the young player must work on becoming dependable in this new stop. But it appears Green-Beckham has the right frame of mind to begin.