Odell Beckham Jr. left the Super Bowl with 3:50 left in the first half as he reached for his left knee in an apparent non-contact injury.

Beckham dropped a pass and immediately went to the turf as he grimaced in pain. He was helped off the field and went immediately to the injury tent.

OBJ had a chance at MVP honors as he got off to a hot start. He caught the first touchdown of the game on a pass from Matthew Stafford, a 17-yarder with 6:22 remaining in the first quarter.

When he left the game, Beckham had 2 catches for 52 yards and the touchdown on 3 targets.

Beckham, who battled injuries the past few seasons, was let go by Cleveland in November after a two and a half year stint that got turbulent at the end. Beckham couldn’t find a rhythm in the offense and with QB Baker Mayfield.

On Friday, per the Associated Press, Beckham addressed his exit from Cleveland by saying: “One of the biggest regrets that I have is about the way that things ended. There really was no closure. It just happened so abrupt. So a lot of things were out of my control.”

But with the Rams and Stafford, he has found his own, and proved to be an integral part of the offense on the march to the Super Bowl.