Beckham made headlines on Sunday when he hinted at welcoming the idea of playing with the the four-time league MVP.
These tweets were shown to Rodgers during his latest appearance on The Pat McAfee Show. So, how did the 38-year-old Rodgers respond? By expressing hope that the two multi-time Pro Bowlers can “play together” one day.
Unfortunately, Beckham suffered an ACL tear late in the second quarter of the Super Bowl. He underwent successful surgery, and multiple reports have suggested November as a potential return timeline.
In eight regular season games with the Rams, Beckham caught 27 passes for 305 yards and five touchdowns. His production got even better in the postseason, with OBJ recording 21 receptions for 288 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
The Packers could certainly use a player of his caliber, given the departure of All-Pro Davante Adams. Veteran wideout Sammy Watkins is on the IR with a hamstring injury, and rookie Christian Watson missed the team’s Week 3 game with the same injury.
Through Green Bay’s first four games, rookie Romeo Doubs leads the team in receiving with 19 receptions for 184 yards and two touchdowns. Veteran Allen Lazard, who also missed one game, has 174 yards in three contests.
Beckham will have no shortage of teams to choose from once he receives the clearance to play again. The Rams will surely be in the running for his services, especially if veteran free agent pickup Allen Robinson continues to struggle.
Green Bay will try to pick up their fourth straight win when they play the New York Giants in London this Sunday.
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