DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - It is no secret that Odell Beckham Jr. is a hot topic for the Dallas Cowboys, both in the front office, and in the locker room alike.
And after his recent visit with the franchise, multiple Cowboys made their opinions known on the team's pursuit of Beckham, including linebacker Micah Parsons, who helped host Beckham at a Mavericks game.
“Obviously he knows we want him, but really just wanted to make him feel at home," Parsons said. "There’s only so much you can say…This ain’t college, like you’re saying you’re gonna get the best education. I’m pretty sure he knows what we got here.”
Parsons also noted that Beckham said he would be ready to go in 'five weeks' time, which would potentially put the former Pro Bowler on the field around playoff time.
Another prominent Cowboy also gave his opinion on the Beckham situation, however, in Tank Lawrence, who was clear that he is on board with bringing in Beckham, as long as he doesn't cause a distraction in their Super Bowl chase.
“It’s fair to say I’m trying to reach a Super Bowl,” Lawrence said. “So if he can come and help us with that, then yes, I’ll accept him. But if we’re just gonna do the circus, no I don’t.”
Meanwhile, according to various reports, the Cowboys have yet to offer a contract to Beckham, who has now finished his visit with the franchise, and are now mulling their options going forward.