By now, you’ve heard the news of Odell Beckham Jr. signing with the Los Angeles Rams on a 1-year deal. We just needed to know the details of the contract.
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Beckham’s one-year pact could earn him up to $4.25 million, if he reaches all of the team-based incentives included. One of those bonuses is a $500,000 sum for the team winning the Super Bowl.
Beckham will be guaranteed at least $1.25 million.
Los Angeles came from almost literally nowhere in the last hour to emerge as a potential landing spot for Beckham.
Odell has clearly been missing the spotlight of a big city since the New York Giants traded him away to Cleveland where his career has been trending downwards. The Giants traded Beckham to the Browns in 2019 for the No. 17 overall pick, their second third-round pick and S Jabrill Peppers.
A Instagram video about the inaccuracy of Baker Mayfield by Odell’s dad pretty much sealed his fate and got him out of Cleveland.
In 2021, Beckham has appeared in six games for the Browns and caught 17 of 34 targets for 232 yards receiving and no touchdowns.