Superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., formerly of the Los Angeles Rams, has an asking price of $15 million annually, which is bold for a player that has struggled to stay on the field due to injuries.
Beckham’s last game was the Super Bowl when the Rams got the best of the Cincinnati Bengals back on Feb. 13, 2022.
Beckham tore his ACL in that game and missed the entire 2023 NFL season, as once he was finally healthy enough to sign with a team, no team was willing to do so ahead of the NFL playoffs.
Colin Cowherd of Fox Sports believes that the high asking price and all the baggage Beckham brings aren’t helping his case to sign with another NFL team.
"Drama is not your friend. It always ends the same way. The name is bigger than the production."
— @ColinCowherd assesses OBJ's worth pic.twitter.com/ZtLYlR6Tq8
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) March 31, 2023
Over the past six months or so, the rumors have been swirling about Beckham’s next team.
The Dallas Cowboys appeared to be the favorite for quite some time.
Even owner Jerry Jones said good things about the veteran wide receiver, leading many to believe the signing was inevitable.
It appears that the Cowboys have moved on from Beckham after making a trade with the Houston Texans for Brandin Cooks to join CeeDee Lamb downfield.
The Buffalo Bills were also rumored to be a potential destination for the one-time Super Bowl champion, with former teammate Von Miller lobbying the team to sign him.
As of right now, especially with most teams already having made their major moves in NFL free agency, there’s no telling where Beckham might land if he does get a job before next season.NEXT: OL Prospect Makes A Bold Statement Ahead Of The NFL Draft