The Cleveland Browns will have to continue the season without three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

After Beckham had an MRI on his left knee Monday morning, ESPN reported that Beckham Jr. suffered a season-ending torn ACL early in the Browns' victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.

Beckham Jr. limped to the locker room after attempting to make a tackle during a Baker Mayfield interception. After the injury, he did not return to the game and there was league-wide skepticism that Beckham wouldn't play the rest of the season. On Monday, the Browns confirmed that Beckham suffered a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2020 season.

Beckham Jr. was the intended receiver on Mayfield's interception. During the play, Beckham leaped into the air to avoid running into fullback Andy Janovich and appeared to injure his knee while landing.

This is the second major knee injury for a high-profile Browns player this season. Pro Bowl running back Nick Chubb suffered a right medial collateral ligament injury on Oct. 4, ESPN reported. Chubb remains on the injured reserve but is expected to return this season.

The Browns could be without Beckham, Chubb, and two-time Pro Bowl tight end Austin Hooper, who had an appendectomy on Oct. 23, when they host the Las Vegas Raiders on Nov. 1.

Without Beckham, Jarvis Landry will ascend to the clear-cut role as the Browns' No. 1 receiver. Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones are behind Landry in the receiver pecking order.

A five-time Pro Bowl selection, Landry has also been hampered with injuries. Landy has been with a broken rib after taking a hit against the Indianapolis Colts. He had five catches on six targets for 48 yards against the Bengals on Sunday. Higgins had six catches on six targets for a career-high 110 yards, and Peoples-Jones had three catches on three targets for 56 yards and a touchdown.

The only other receiver on the active roster is Taywan Taylor, who was inactive Sunday.

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Odell Beckham Jr. looks on from the sideline during a pre-season game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, on Aug. 17, 2017. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images