It’s been quite a while since we last saw star wideout Odell Beckham Jr. do his thing in the National Football League.
The Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, and even New York Giants were reportedly close to making a run at him during the 2022 season.
However, there were some serious concerns about his health, and reports stated that his recovery hadn’t gone as well as expected.
Now, the former Super Bowl champion is looking to make a comeback and prove that he’s back to full strength once and for all, as he’s holding a private workout in Arizona on Friday afternoon to showcase his skills again.
Beckham has been a free agent since tearing his ACL in Super Bowl LVI when he was still a member of the Los Angeles Rams.
And, while the Rams were reportedly the frontrunner to bring him back once he was healthy, the team might be ready to rebuild rather than compete next season.
Notably, the New England Patriots will reportedly be one of the teams in attendance, which doesn’t seem like a surprise at all.
The #Patriots are expected to attend Odell Beckham Jr.'s workout tomorrow in Arizona, per a source.https://t.co/f7wir4c65F
— Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) March 10, 2023
The Patriots were interested in signing OBJ when he first joined the Rams, and they could most definitely add a new piece to their unimpressive receiving corps.
Both Nelson Agholor and Jakobi Meyers will hit free agency on March 15, and they don’t have any other starting-caliber wideout besides DeVante Parker and maybe Kendrick Bourne.
Beckham hauled in 44 passes for 537 yards and five scores in 14 games in his last full season between the Cleveland Browns and the Rams.
He’s one of the most athletic and impactful players in the league when healthy, but there are some big doubts about his durability nowadays.NEXT: The Patriots Reportedly Won't Franchise Tag 1 Player