The Odell Beckham Jr. giveaway appeared to have come to an end on Sunday.
The star wide receiver, who hasn’t played once since Super Bowl LVI with the Los Angeles Rams, has reached an agreement with the Baltimore Ravens, NFL Network reported. Beckham will reportedly return to the AFC North after spending a few injury-plagued seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
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Beckham and the Ravens have agreed to a one-year contract worth up to $18 million, according to NFL Network. Initial reports suggested that Beckham was seeking a salary of $20 million per year. The New York Jets were among the teams that were interested in signing the wide receiver.
He announced the signing on Instagram.
«Flock,» he wrote in the caption of a photo of his son.
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The veteran wide receiver began his career with the New York Giants and was putting up numbers not seen since Jerry Rice caught passes from Joe Montana. But his career began to hit a snag due to his inability to stay on the field.
During the 2021 season, he was released by the Cleveland Browns and joined the Rams. He played eight games for Los Angeles and had 27 receptions for 305 yards and five touchdowns.
He tore his ACL in the first half of Super Bowl LVI. He started the scoring for the Rams with a 17-yard touchdown reception. Los Angeles won the game, 23-20, but he spent the entire 2022 season on the open market while he recovered from a torn ACL.
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Beckham is likely to enter a team with uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position. But the idea of Lamar Jackson and Beckham creating magic on offense should really pique the interest of defensive coaches in the division.
Beckham is a three-time Pro Bowler. He has 531 career receptions for him for 7,367 yards and 56 touchdowns.