Josh Norman has added fuel to his ongoing feud with Odell Beckham Jr., saying in a new book, 'I’m going t

o hit him ... until he stops crying and b—ing.'

Norman, who left the Panthers as a free agent in the offseason to sign with the Redskins, told Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer that Beckham's famous one-handed TD catch in 2014 against the Cowboys "went to his big old head." Norman's comments appear in Fowler's new book, "Panthers Rising," detailing the team's rise from also-rans to Super Bowl runnersup.

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“I don’t care for the guy at all. ... Now don’t get me wrong, he’s a good player or whatever, but he’s not what he thinks he is," Norman said. "If you hit guys like that, if you completely jam them and shake them up, they can’t relate to that. So they start making excuses like, ‘Oh, he touched me.’ They don’t know how to respond because they never got hit like that. So me, every time I see him, I’m going to hit him in the mouth. I don’t care. Until he stops crying and b—ing.”

Norman and OBJ scuffled several times in a Week 15 game between the Panthers and Giants last season. The NFL suspended Beckham one game and fined Norman more than $26,000 for the incidents. And the two have repeatedly traded insults in the media and on social media since then.

Norman told Fowler that Beckham was talking trash as the two lined up in that Week 15 game.

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“He’s yapping over there,” Norman said. “And (Beckham doesn’t) even sound like he’s making any sense. He just went (in the draft) in the first round and everything is handed to him. He gets to New York. He catches one stupid little ball, and everybody in New York (loves) this guy, because that’s the biggest amount of media in the world. ... So all that went to his big old head, and for some odd reason he thinks he’s somebody that he’s not.”