The former Super Bowl champion receiver is still recovering from his ACL injury from Super Bowl 56.
However, two teams are now named as favorites to pick up the star receiver.
So who are those two teams, and are they likely to sign Beckham when he returns from injury?
Dallas Cowboys And NY Giants
Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport both broke the news of the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants being the favorite landing spots for the star receiver.
Odell plans to visit both teams after Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/ZfMEBUFDc3
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 20, 2022
With him making plans to visit both teams, it’s clear those teams are on his radar.
However, there are issues which might prevent either team from signing Beckham.
With the Giants, they are low on money to sign him to a deal.
According to Spotrac, the Giants have a little less than $3.8 million this year to sign the star receiver.
While the Cowboys have close to $8 million in cap space, they also have another issue which might keep them from signing Beckham.
This issue comes from them signing wide receiver Antonio Callaway recently.
🚨 BREAKING NEWS 🚨
Dallas Cowboys announce that they have signed former Cleveland Browns wide receiver…
…Antonio Callaway pic.twitter.com/f2aHQaS9r2
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) November 17, 2022
With them signing Callaway, it becomes an odd move for them to sign Beckham as well.
While the talents of OBJ can help both teams, a signing might never come to fruition.
Even with the interest there, it comes down to if either team will give him an offer after meeting with him.