Odell Beckham Jr., now '100 percent' healthy, set to hold workout for teams

By , Audacy

It appears Odell Beckham Jr. is now ready to work out for teams.

Beckham went unsigned last season as he rehabbed the torn ACL he sustained in the Super Bowl with the Rams. He took visits with the Giants, Bills and Cowboys, but ultimately never signed with a team. He didn’t work out for any of the teams he visited.

He should draw plenty of interest this time around -- and is eligible to sign with a team before free agency officially begins since he didn't play last year. To help his case, it appears he is holding a workout for teams.

“The NFL’s personnel notice included this nugget Thursday,” ProFootballTalk’s Charean Williams wrote. “‘Please note that Ryan Willis, QB, Virginia Tech, who is currently under contract to the Memphis Showboats of the USFL, has been granted permission to throw at an upcoming workout for Odell Beckham.’”

According to multiple reports, the workout will be Friday in Arizona.

Certainly, interest in Beckham will expand beyond just the three teams he visited last year. Whether the Bills and Giants remain interested is unclear, but Jerry Jones – who raved nonstop about Beckham last season as Dallas courted him – said the Cowboys would again be interested.

NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Beckham is 100 percent healthy.

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