Von Miller is hopeful that Odell Beckham Jr. will eventually join him in Buffalo to chase another Super Bowl, but says that the three-time Pro Bowler is definitely entitled to look around.
According to Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN, Miller says he speaks with Beckham weekly, and "he's sure that the wide receiver could see himself fitting in with the Bills."
With that said, Miller acknowledged that Beckham is "still on Super Bowl tour." The former Offensive Rookie of the Year tore his left ACL in the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl LVI victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in February, so he's still not ready to return to the field just yet anyway.
But after looking rejuvenated with the Rams, there's going to be quite a bit of interest in Beckham. The Rams, for one, still have a locker for Beckham. He seemed to take joy in playing for head coach Sean McVay a year ago, and it's evident in the early going that quarterback Matthew Stafford misses him across from fellow wideout Cooper Kupp.
Beckham was on the Rams' sideline in Week 1, the same night that he received his Super Bowl ring.
That was also the same night that he got to see his former teammate Miller and the Bills throttle the Rams, 31-10. There's no doubt Beckham would be a tremendous weapon for Josh Allen to have at his disposal in addition to Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis.
Miller also mentioned that Beckham is "going to the Giants' practice facility, and the Saints, Tampa and all that stuff, which you should."
Beckham visited the Giants - the team he spent the first five years of his career with - earlier this week, though it appears that was more to just catch up then discuss signing a contract.
The Giants are off to a surprising 3-1 start, but two of their victories are against the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears. Beckham going back to New York would be a cool story, but it's hard to imagine them being a Super Bowl contender this season.
In Week 2, Beckham was on the sideline for the New Orleans Saints during their 20-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Beckham played collegiately at LSU, and it would be a cool story for him to join Jarvis Landry and Tyrann Mathieu there. Ultimately, though, the Saints are 1-3.
The most important interaction that took place during Beckham's trip to New Orleans may have been this one with Tom Brady.
It's not yet clear when Beckham will sign with a team, or how many of the ones listed above are even serious contenders. But there's no question that he appears to be enjoying himself.