After tearing his ACL in the Super Bowl in February, Beckham Jr. is still recovering from that injury.
But, it is safe to assume that once he is ready to play someone will sign him.
According to NFL insider Dov Kleiman, Beckham won’t be available to play until mid-December.
Free-agent WR Odell Beckham is still recovering from his injury and won't be available to play until mid-December, two team executives tell ESPN.
Explains why his market hasn't changed so far this season. pic.twitter.com/D3ayic8pEu
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 22, 2022
Beckham Jr. can still play at a high level.
When we last saw him he caught the first touchdown of the Super Bowl and made a big impact for the Rams throughout the playoffs.
In that playoff run, Beckham caught 21 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns.
Many contenders will be interested in Beckham Jr. when he is ready to return to play.
Along with the Rams looking to bring him back, the Chiefs and Bills are also expected to be interested.
With OBJ not expected back until December, he can be a boost to any team making a playoff push.
It might be a smart move for a team to try an sign him at some point over the next month.
That way he can learn the playbook and hit the ground running when he is ready to play.
With the trade deadline approaching it will be interesting to see which contenders trade for a wide receiver.
The teams that do not could be in play to sign Beckham Jr.
Overall, the former first-round pick will play football for someone this season.
It just remains to be seen which team is willing to take a chance on him.