Odell Beckham Jr. may find his next team now that the 2022 NFL Draft is officially over.
With the 2022 NFL Draft firmly in the rearview mirror, marquee players like Odell Beckham Jr. will look to find a place to play in the next wave of NFL free agency.
The former New York Giants megastar saw his fading career be revived during the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl run last season. Though he tore his ACL right before halftime in a game he had a great shot of winning Super Bowl MVP, Beckham is on the mend and potentially on the move in free agency. While a return to the Cleveland Browns is not happening, where will Beckham end up?
Here are the best spots for Beckham to land in his long-drawn-out free agency this offseason.
Odell Beckham Jr. free agency: 3 best landings spots after the 2022 NFL Draft
New England Patriots
Odell Beckham Jr. could be a shockingly good fit for the New England Patriots
Though the New England Patriots used their second-round pick on former Baylor Bears wide receiver Tyquan Thornton, what part of this sentence 100 percent convinces you it is going to work out in the end? An NFL Combine star from Baylor playing wide receiver for the Patriots. It does not matter if it is a triple or quadruple negative, just sign Odell Beckham Jr. pretty please.
In a weird way, Beckham might actually be a fantastic fit in New England. The dude loves ball and thrives playing in winning cultures. His personality may have to take a back seat, but if Cam Newton can do it, so can OBJ. Not only would he get to play for the greatest football coach to ever walk this earth, but he can look to build on his hall of fame case by catching balls from Mac Jones.
New England is snakebitten to hell when it comes to drafting wide receivers. While they used to have The GOAT quarterbacking them, Tom Brady ain’t walking through that door anytime soon. For now, it would serve the Patriots to bring in a savvy veteran who can take slants to the house to help bring Jones along. To keep up with The Joneses, look for the Patriots to consider Beckham.
The dollars may not make sense, but OBJ playing for the Evil Empire will be must-watch television.