During a recent interview with GQ that appears in the August 2016 issue of the magazine, Odell Beckham Jr. talked about how the dating rumors surrounding him and Khloé Kardashian affected his personal life. The comments he made generated quite a few headlines and added fuel to the fire when it comes to the public's sudden obsession with OBJ's relationship status. But it wasn't the only controversial thing he said during the interview.

While speaking with GQ, OBJ also spoke about his rivalry with Redskins cornerback Josh Norman and went as far as to say that he believes Norman signed with Washington in April so that he could play in the same division, the NFC East, as OBJ's Giants. OBJ said he thinks Norman is using him to stay "relevant."

"If I wasn't playing him twice a year, maybe people wouldn't bring it up as much," he said. "But now, it'll be a lot more media attention for him, attention that I don't really look for, attention that I don't need. The reason that he's become so relevant is because of me."

As you may remember, Norman—who was playing for the Panthers at the time—and OBJ had an extremely contentious showdown that turned violent in Week 15 last NFL season. Since then, they have traded shots back and forth on social media, and OBJ seems to think that's the only thing keeping Norman in the public eye. But Norman doesn't appear to be interested in feuding with OBJ anymore.

When asked about OBJ's GQ comments during a Facebook Live chat with Business Insider on Thursday afternoon, Norman side-stepped the opportunity to keep his war of words with OBJ going. "I don't even know how you respond to that other than laugh," he said. "I don't know what you get out of that. I don't know, man. There's a time when people who honor themselves will fall short, so when that day comes, we'll just see."

Norman also appeared on NFL HQ on Friday morning where he was, again, asked about the comments and where he, again, commented on them without actually saying much at all. "I'm all out of thoughts, you guys got 'em all," he said. "I don't too much care about him, I said what I had to say yesterday when I was asked about it...I think that's pretty much where I stand on everything."

Norman's comments obviously won't put an end to his rivalry with OBJ. He'll no doubt be asked about it again when training camp starts and then again in the week leading up to the Redskins' Week 3 matchup with the Giants. But Norman seems to be over the whole thing and content with letting his play on the field speak for him. For now, at least.