Odell Beckham might not be coming to South Beach, after all. Despite Tyreek Hill all but confirming Beckham's arrival in Miami, Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said on Tuesday that there is "nothing imminent" regarding the team and Beckham, via ESPN

Miami made Beckham an offer when the former Pro Bowl wideout visited the team's facility several weeks ago. Based on where things currently sit, it doesn't appear that the two sides are close to getting a deal done. 

Speculation regarding the Dolphins possibly signing Beckham started when Hill posted a photo of him and Beckham with the caption, "OBJ to Miami confirmed."

Beckham, on the other hand, was wondering why he was hearing such things. 

As previously mentioned, OBJ had a visit with the Dolphins in March, and, according to head coach Mike McDaniel, the team made an offer to the former New York Giants' star who won a Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Rams in 2021. 

"Things went great with him," McDaniel said (via USA Today). "We did make him an offer and business takes time, especially with players like Odell, who's had a phenomenal career and still has really good football in front of him and has options. I think those conversations will be ongoing. We'll see where they go."

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The Baltimore Ravens released Beckham after one season with the team. In Baltimore, he had 35 catches on 64 targets with the second-most receiving yards on the team at 565 yards. He had three touchdowns in 14 regular-season games and had four receptions for 34 yards in two playoff games. 

While the 31-year-old is heading toward the end of his career, he can still add depth to an offense. He missed the entire 2022 season due to a torn ACL, and with an extra year of recovery and play behind him, he may be primed to make a bigger impact in 2024.

Whether Miami signs Beckham or not is still up in the air. Beckham would like to know as well.