Odell Beckham Jr refuses to rule out joining forces with Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs despite Cowboys making strong push


Free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is close to signing with a team as he is expected to be fully cleared to participate in physical activities.

He suffered a torn ACL in the Super Bowl in February when he scored the game’s first touchdown. A number of teams are currently interested in having the veteran receiver join their roster.

One of those teams is the Kansas City Chiefs. After Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons recruited OBJ to the Dallas Cowboys on Twitter, a fan replied to OBJ’s comment, asking him to join the Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes.

OBJ responded by saying it isn’t out of the question for him to join the Chiefs.


As mentioned earlier, the Dallas Cowboys are also a team interested in Beckham. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke on 105.3 The Fan this week about how Beckham would look good playing with his team.

“Odell is someone that we have all the appreciation in the world for what he is as a competitor. I know the Cowboys star on that helmet when he puts it on could look pretty good.”

Odell Beckham Jr. will help out whatever team he joins greatly


Aside from the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs, Odell Beckham Jr. has drawn interest from various other teams. These include the Buffalo Bills, New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, and the team he most recently played for, the Los Angeles Rams.

Beckham hasn’t been signed to a team this season because he was rehabbing his knee that he injured earlier this year. Now, with reports stating that he is cleared for physical activity, it will be up to OBJ to decide where he wants to sign.

Whatever team he joins will get a veteran pass catcher that can have an impact at any point of the game. He is a three-time Pro Bowler, two-time Second-Team All-Pro, and a Super Bowl champion who has recorded five 1,000-plus yards seasons.

Last season, he recorded 44 receptions for 537 yards and five touchdowns in the regular season in 14 games played. In the post-season, he recorded 21 receptions for 288 yards and two touchdowns, including one in the Super Bowl.

Although he might not be as productive as his New York Giants days, Beckham Jr. will be a major help to whichever team he signs with.


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