However, he was not there because he will return to the team that drafted him 12th overall in 2014.
Instead, he has remained close with players in the organization, especially his fellow wideouts.
He paid a visit to check up on injured players like Sterling Shepard.
Therefore, he remains a free agent while recovering from the ACL injury he suffered during Super Bowl LVI.
While the timetable for his recovery remains indefinite, he is inching closer to his return.
That’s why Draft Network COO Jaime Eisner already shared the betting odds regarding Beckham’s next team.
However, the two-time All-Pro wideout might have given a hint about where he will play next.
Lolol hypothetical ( NFL don’t come for me) but if ur technically not in the NFL can u bet on this?😂😇
— Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) October 5, 2022
Beckham tweeted, “Lolol hypothetical ( NFL don’t come for me), but if ur technically not in the NFL can u bet on this?”
He said this in response to Eisner’s revelation of BetOnline.ag’s odds on where Beckham will sign.
Likeliest Destinations For Beckham
The Los Angeles Chargers top the list at +300, while the Buffalo Bills are not far behind at +350.
The Los Angeles Rams, his former team, are third at +400.
At fourth are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+400), while the Green Bay Packers are fifth (+500).
The Kansas City Chiefs (+800) and the Giants (+900) complete the list.
But with the way Beckham responded, is he guaranteeing a winning bet for one of these teams?
It’s no surprise that these are some of the top teams through four games this season.
The three-time Pro Bowler will take his time, especially now that he is already a Super Bowl champion.
Likewise, more teams than the seven listed have a legitimate interest in acquiring Beckham.
One thing is for sure: he will make a splash once he has chosen his next team.