"He was hurt. He was hurt initially," Miller said. "He loved New York. He loved his teammates. He loved the team. Whenever you get hit with something like that, you're going to be hurt. You're going to feel some type of disappointment with that.
"But immediately after that, he was excited for his new opportunity. I think you saw all his all his (new) teammates on Twitter and Instagram, they love him as well. They're excited to have him. The whole city of Cleveland is excited to have him. He's the new LeBron [James] there, so he's excited about that, and he's going to be ready to go."
Beckham now works in a city where he can help turn around a franchise long locked in the cellar. His immediate reaction might have been hurtfulness, but in the long run, the trade from New York could prove to be a positive turning point for OBJ's career.