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2021 44 537 12.20 5 14 7.00 846
2020 23 319 13.87 3 72 24.00 628.9
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  • Odell Beckham: Odds of signing with Dallas fading

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones acknowledged Tuesday that the odds of the team signing Beckham (knee) this season are decreasing, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. "The reality is though that time is moving on down the road relative to playing in the playoffs and so every day diminishes our chances of going forward [with Beckham]," Jones said during his weekly radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan Dallas. Just one week earlier, Jones told reporters to "stand by" on the possibility of Dallas bringing Beckham aboard, even though the receiver has said that he would prefer not to play until the postseason. Archer relays that the Cowboys had been open to the idea of signing Beckham and then placing him on injured reserve, in which case the wideout would have to miss the final three games of the regular season as well as Dallas' playoff opener before making his team debut in the divisional round, assuming he was in a good spot in his recovery from the left knee he underwent last February. However, Jones now seems more pessimistic about signing Beckham, who could opt to take his free agency into the offseason now that most interested parties have seemingly come to the conclusion that the receiver won't be fully ramped up for a few more weeks.
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  • Odell Beckham: Still in play for Dallas

    Cowboys president Jerry Jones said Friday that discussions with Beckham (knee) are "very alive," Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Recent reports suggest Beckham wants to sign beyond 2022 and play for the same team in 2023. It also seems he may not be ready to play until the playoffs, though he's been medically cleared to do so. Any team that signs him likely will want him to practice for at least a week or two before he's activated, which at this point makes Beckham unlikely to play in the 2022 regular season. The Cowboys, of course, will be in the playoffs, and among the favorites to make a deep run.
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  • Odell Beckham: Eyeing postseason return

    Beckham (knee) said Thursday in an appearance on Prime Video's "TNF in the Shop" that he's targeting a return to game action during the playoffs rather than the regular season. "I've played football for a long time," Beckham said. "I'm not saying that I couldn't step in and play regular season, but I don't see the point. I really don't. I would rather play when the pressure is on." Though Beckham reiterated that he's healthy again after receiving full medical clearance from the torn ACL in his left knee he sustained while playing for the Rams in the Super Bowl in February, his comments suggest that he prefers not to be viewed as a rental for a contending squad, but part of that team's plans for both the postseason and beyond. Over the past week, Beckham has met with the Bills, Giants and Cowboys, with Dallas reportedly expressing concern about the receiver's availability for 2022 after he didn't work out for the club, per Jane Slater of NFL Network. It's unclear if the Bills, Giants or any other possible suitors have similar concerns, but regardless, Beckham is looking increasingly unlikely to suit up within the next couple weeks even if he secures a contract.
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  • Odell Beckham: May not be ready by January

    The Cowboys have concerns Beckham (knee) won't be ready to play before mid-January, Ed Werder of ESPN reports. Beckham visited Dallas on Monday and Tuesday, meeting with team president Jerry Jones and then attending a Dallas Mavericks game with Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons and cornerback Trevon Diggs. An earlier report suggested Beckham would pick a team by the end of the week, but that might not be the case if he's considered unlikely to contribute until next season. The 30-year-old wideout suffered an ACL tear during last season's Super Bowl while playing for the Rams -- a team he might be considering now if they hadn't fallen out of the playoff race. In addition to the Cowboys, Beckham has also met with the Bills and the Giants, and those three teams seemingly represent the top suitors for his services.
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  • Odell Beckham: Expected to pick team by mid-week

    Beckham (knee) is scheduled to meet with the Cowboys on Monday and Tuesday before reaching a decision on his next team around the middle of the week, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Beckham's two-day visit with the Cowboys is similar to recent meetings he held with the Giants on Thursday and Friday and with the Bills on Friday and Saturday. In addition to talking with Cowboys officials and meeting the coaching staff and players, Beckham is also scheduled to undergo a physical as Dallas looks to ensure that he's made a full recovery from the torn ACL he suffered last February. The Cowboys are believed to be the frontrunner for Beckham's services, but even if he works out a contract within the next few days, he won't be able to get in enough practice time to play in Week 14.
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  • Odell Beckham: Three visits on tap

    Beckham (knee) is scheduled to meet with the Giants on Thursday and Friday before making visits to the Cowboys and Bills following the weekend, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. According to Rapoport, one source with direct knowledge of Beckham's rehab program for the torn ACL in his left knee he suffered Feb. 13 in the Rams' Super Bowl win over the Bengals said the wideout has received full medical clearance, though Beckham will still need time to get back up to game speed with football-type activities upon signing with a team. Before ramping up in practice, he'll first have to choose his next destination, with the Giants, Cowboys and Bills currently representing the frontrunners for his services. Since he won't be meeting with the Cowboys and Bills until early next week before likely deciding on his next team soon thereafter, Beckham looks like he can safely be ruled out from making his 2022 debut Week 13. A Week 14 debut may not be feasible either if he requires more practice time to get his conditioning in order.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham Jr.: Stashes (WR Preview)

    Beckham is expected to select his team by the end of this month, which means he could be ramped up just in time for the start of the Fantasy Football playoffs. Now is the time to stash him if you've locked up a playoff spot.
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  • Odell Beckham: May sign after Thanksgiving

    Beckham (knee) isn't expected to sign with a new team until after Thanksgiving Day, though he has already received offers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Beckham reportedly intends to conduct a series of free-agent visits before making a deal with any team, so it's still possible he could don a new uniform before the end of November. Schefter reports that the Cowboys are currently atop Beckham's list of possible landing spots, though the Giants, Chiefs, Bills and 49ers are also candidates. On the other hand, the Rams and Packers are reportedly no longer considered potential destinations for Beckham, due to their difficult paths to playoff contention. It's expected that Beckham will ask for a contract in the range of $5 million for the remainder of the season.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham Jr.: Stashes (WR Preview)

    Beckham is expected to select his team by the end of this month, which means he could be ramped up just in time for the start of the Fantasy Football playoffs. Now is the time to stash him if you've locked up a playoff spot.
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  • Odell Beckham: Narrowing potential teams

    Beckham (knee) is hoping to narrow the list of teams he is considering and ultimately sign a contract by the end of November, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Beckham has been linked to the Cowboys, Bills, Chiefs, Giants and 49ers, though it's unclear how many of those teams are serious contenders to sign him. While previous reports have suggested that Beckham would like to play by early December, he'd likely need to sign earlier than this report suggests to reach that goal. Either way, Beckham appears to have interest primarily from teams in playoff contention, so he could play a significant role in any postseason run.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham Jr.: Week 10 Waiver Priority List

    The Beckham rumors are heating up, and Dallas seems like a potential landing spot for the free-agent receiver coming off last year's ACL injury in the Super Bowl. It will likely take him some time to get back to form and learn a new offense if he doesn't return to the Rams, but he could be a difference maker for Fantasy managers down the stretch if he's with the right team. Beckham is worth stashing if you have an open roster spot for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Odell Beckham: Nearing full medical clearance

    Beckham (knee) is expected to be "fully cleared" to practice by the end of the week, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports. With Beckham's rehab from the torn ACL he suffered in the Rams' Feb. 13 Super Bowl win over the Bengals nearly behind him, the 30-year-old receiver is expected to soon turn his focus to signing with a team. According to Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, Beckham will likely sign with a team by early December, and he should have an active market with the Rams, Giants, Bills, Packers, Chiefs and Cowboys among the teams that have been linked to the wideout. No matter where he lands, Beckham may need multiple weeks of practice to get back to full speed and learn the playbook for his new team before making his 2022 debut.
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  • Odell Beckham: Aiming for early December debut

    Beckham (knee) hopes to complete his recovery form a torn ACL and sign with a team around early December, Mike Garofolo and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. After suffering the left knee injury in the Rams' Feb. 13 Super Bowl victory over the Bengals and undergoing surgery two weeks later, Beckham was hopeful to be back to 100 percent by around mid-November. The veteran wideout hasn't hit any reported snags in his rehab program, but he nonetheless looks like he'll require at least a couple more weeks beyond mid-November to get back to 100 percent. The Bills, Giants, Rams, Packers and Chiefs are teams that have previously been linked to Beckham, and Garofolo and Rapoport add that the Cowboys are also expected to pursue the 30-year-old after coming up empty in their bid to acquire a receiver ahead of Tuesday's trade deadline.
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  • Odell Beckham: Could get better offer from Rams

    Rams head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday that he expects the team to make Beckham (knee) another offer after the wideout expressed displeasure with the team's latest bid, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports. Beckham said he wants to play for the Rams but doesn't want to sign for less than what he's worth. Recent reports suggest he's aiming to be ready in mid-November and hopes to sign with a team before receiving medical clearance to play in a game. Potential suitors besides the Rams include the Packers and Bills.
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  • Odell Beckham: Looking to return in mid-November

    Beckham (knee) is aiming to be ready to play in mid-November and hopes to sign with a team shortly before he receives full medical clearance, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. According to Rapoport, Beckham has been cleared for all non-contact work since undergoing surgery Feb. 22 to repair the "clean" ACL tear in his left knee, which is said to be in better condition following the procedure than it was prior to his brief tenure with the Rams last season following his acquisition from the Browns. Since Beckham is about a month away from his target date for being fully cleared for game action, Rapoport suggests that a signing isn't imminent for the wideout. Once the Nov. 1 trade deadline has passed and his mid-November projected return date draws nearer, however, Beckham is expected to land with a playoff contender. The Rams, Buccaneers, Packers, Chiefs and Bills have all been discussed as potential suitors.
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  • Odell Beckham: Remains on Rams' radar

    Cameron DaSilva of USA Today suggests with reference to Beckham (knee) that there's mutual interest from both parties about the wideout potentially returning to the Rams. While Beckham's short-term future is clouded by his recovery from a knee injury, he's still evidently on the Rams' radar, a notion confirmed Monday by coach Sean McVay. Though Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson are entrenched as the team's top two wide receiver options, the team's depth at the position took a hit when it was revealed Monday that Van Jefferson is in line to miss a few weeks due to a looming knee procedure.
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  • Odell Beckham: Rams optimistic deal can get done

    Though Beckham (knee) remains a free agent, Rams COO Kevin Demoff has expressed optimism that the team will be able to re-sign the wideout, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. That said, there's no specific timeline for such a potential deal to get done, with Beckham still recovering from a torn ACL that he suffered in the Super Bowl. With that in mind, it's unclear when the 29-year-old old might be ready for game action, with Rodrigue relaying that previous reports have suggested a possible return to play for the wideout in November. Either way, if Beckham does indeed decide to return to the Rams, whenever he's ready to suit up he'd bolster a wideout corps headed by Cooper Kupp and newcomer Allen Robinson, with Van Jefferson, Ben Skowronek, Brandon Powell and Tutu Atwell currently in the mix for slotting behind the team's top duo.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham: November return likely

    Beckham (knee) is expected to return to game action in early November, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Beckham suffered a torn ACL in the Super Bowl and underwent surgery Feb. 23. It's expected that he will return to the field toward the latter portion of a six-to-nine month timeline, lining him up for a return in the middle of the 2022 campaign. It's less certain where Beckham will be playing, as he is set to become an unrestricted free agent once the new league year begins. Rapoport noted that there is mutual interest between Beckham and the Rams for a reunion, but that his recovery timeline could impact whether a deal ultimately gets done.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham: ACL surgery completed

    Beckham announced Tuesday in a post on his personal Instagram account that he underwent successful surgery to address a torn ACL in his left knee. Beckham required the procedure after suffering a non-contact ACL tear during the Rams' win over the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13. The timing of the 29-year-old's injury means that he almost certainly won't be ready for the start of the 2022 campaign, and his availability for the entire season could be in question given that he tore the ACL in the same knee in October 2020. Beckham is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason after having maxed out his incentive-laden one-year deal with Los Angeles, but both sides could share interest in agreeing on a new contract.
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  • Rams' Odell Beckham: ACL tear feared

    Beckham is believed to have suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's Super Bowl win over the Bengals, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. If the torn ACL is confirmed, Beckham will be looking at a lengthy recovery period as the 2022 NFL season approaches. The wideout, who turns 30 on Nov. 5, is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and given the timing of his injury, an early-season absence figures to be in the cards for Beckham, who recorded a 44-537-5 stat line in 14 regular season games (six with Cleveland, eight with Los Angeles) during the 2021 campaign.
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