"I definitely expect to receive a lot more attention," Beckham said Wednesday, via NJ.com's Jordan Raanan. "But it's just not going to work."
Opposing defenses started double-teaming Beckham late last season, just as offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo got creative, moving the game's most dangerous wide receiver around the formation.
Defenses will have to pick their poison in 2015, with star slot receiver Victor Cruz due back from a torn patellar tendon.
"You know you have Vic and Reuben, it's going to be hard to double or have a safety over the top with the stuff that we have going on," Beckham said. "I don't think it's going to be beneficial for them."
With a better handle on the playbook, Beckham is poised to take his game to another level this season.
It has been obvious even in limited OTA workouts that Beckham is the "best player on the field" and moving "at a different speed than everybody else," per Raanan.