Still, his efforts helped the Los Angeles Rams win the title and he could have been the game’s Most Valuable Player if not for that incident.
The timetable for him remains vague, but he’s making the most of the recovery period by spending time with his family.
For now, he isn’t signed with any team but that should be the least of his priorities.
But now that he is a world champion, he would like to bounce back as soon as possible to get another ring.
However, it looks like Beckham isn’t looking at a return to Los Angeles.
Instead, NFL insider Dov Kleiman shared a screenshot of where he might go.
Is this 👀-worthy? pic.twitter.com/p5AjCx2RI3
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) June 14, 2022
Kleiman tweeted a screenshot showing Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow said, “My spidey sense is starting to tingle a bit.”
To which, Ja’Marr Chase responded with two thinking emojis.
Then, Beckham typed in, “The one.”
Could this be proof that he will join the Bengals once he returns to full health?
His response could be nothing or something.
But why would Beckham respond to a short exchange between two Bengals players if it doesn’t mean anything?
Who Could Stop The Bengals If Beckham Joined?
Granted that they find the cap room to sign him, Burrow will be navigating an explosive offense.
It doesn’t make sense to add Beckham because they already have a solid receiving corps.
But additional help is welcome and the Chase-Beckham tandem would torch defensive backs.