Despite coming off his second torn ACL, Odell Beckham Jr. wants to be paid top dollars.
Beckham is looking to be paid $20 million per year, which would put him near the top 10 highest-paid receivers in the NFL, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported Monday.
According to Over the Cap, Bears receiver D.J. Moore is the 10th highest-paid receiver in the NFL, with an annual salary of $20,628,000.
It's unlikely that Beckham will get that type of money this offseason, but the 30 year old will be competing with a weak free-agent receiver class that includes Jakobi Meyers, D.J. Chark, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Allen Lazard.
Beckham is reportedly now 100 percent healthy and held a workout for between 12-14 teams on Friday. Among the teams who were reportedly present for the workout included the New England Patriots, New York Giants and Jets, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills.
Despite not being represented at the workout, the Dallas Cowboys are still interested in signing Beckham, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. While speaking at the NFL Combine, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also told reporters that the organization is still interested in signing Beckham after the team flirted with him throughout the second half of the season.