Three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will look to jump-start his career in 2023, after missing all of last season while recovering from a knee injury.
But where will the free agent be suiting up following stints with the Rams, Browns and Giants?
According to NFL reporter Jordan Schultz of theScore, there are four teams -- the Ravens, Cowboys, Chiefs and Jets -- who have been "most active" in pursuing the 30-year-old wideout.
"The teams that I've been told were in on him were Dallas, Baltimore and Kansas City, and potentially the Jets," Schultz told host Mike Lombardi during a recent appearance on VSiN Live.
Schultz isn't sure the Giants -- the team that drafted Beckham 12th overall back in 2014 -- would be "realistic financially" given their recent outlays which include signing wide receivers Parris Campbell and Darius Slayton.
"I think Kansas City, Baltimore, those are teams that make sense," Schultz said. "The Ravens would love to add [Beckham], because they haven't been able to find that top-tier wide receiver that Lamar Jackson has needed. ..."
As for the Jets, Schultz sees them as a intriguing potential landing spot.
"The Jets, they're another fascinating one, because obviously they still have Corey Davis' contract on the books. We'll see if they release him. They have a lot of really good talent -- Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson, and the two running backs. But, if you add Odell Beckham to Aaron Rodgers potentially, that's unbelievable."
Beckham was reported to be one of the players Aaron Rodgers expressed interest in on a "wish list" he shared with Jets brass during trade talks.
But the only team on the record as having expressed interest in Beckham is the Dallas Cowboys, when team owner Jerry Jones admitted as much during a scrum with reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine.
The Cowboys were widely reported to be interested in signing Beckham late last season, but a deal never materialized, and Beckham remained out for the year.
On Saturday, Beckham took to social media to refute a report that he was seeking a $20 million salary. He also suggested he'd received an offer or offers of $4 million, which he flatly said "AINT enough."
The market for Beckham could indeed be heating up, following the signings of three wide receivers widely considered to be at the top of free-agent class in Jakobi Meyers, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Allen Lazard.
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