Cleveland Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. hasn't decided whether he'll have offseason surgery to fix his lingering groin injury, he told ESPN's Josina Anderson.
"There is no decision on surgery yet," Beckham texted to Anderson on Sunday.
He was responding to numerous reports Sunday morning that said he would have offeason surgery.
Anderson tweeted that Beckham told her he had a "hernia area" injury and had been experiencing pain since training camp.
Beckham has been on the team's injury report throughout the season, his first in Cleveland, with groin and hip injuries. He is expected to play Sunday against Cincinnati.
"I've been pretty much banged up all year since whatever happened in camp," Beckham said earlier this week. "I've been playing through it, doing whatever I can just to make it to Sunday for the game. So anytime that Sunday comes around, 1 o'clock, 4 o'clock, 8, Monday night, Thursday, I'm going to give this team everything that I have, no matter what."
Beckham, 27, has played in all 12 of Cleveland's games, catching 57 passes for 805 yards and two touchdowns.
Limited to 12 games last season with the New York Giants, Beckham had 77 receptions for 1,052 yards and six touchdowns.