Odell Beckham Jr. could very well make his free agent decision today. If he does, at least one team has an offer on the table for him.
According to a new report from ESPN’s Dianna Russini, OBJ has three teams on his wish list that include the Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints.
According to a new report, the Green Bay Packers are offering OBJ the veteran minimum.
“According to NFL source, Packers are offering Odell Beckham Jr., the veteran minimum,” Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal reported. “Of course, that could go up, but they can’t pay him a ton when they still haven’t extended Davante Adams.”
Beckham cleared waivers Tuesday after being released by the Cleveland Browns on Monday. The veteran wants to spend the rest of this season with a playoff contender and in a winning environment.
On Tuesday, Jordan Schultz reported that Beckham has “prioritized” the Green Bay Packers as his top destination should he clear waivers, which he then did.
After a disappointing tenure in Cleveland, it remains to be seen if the 29-year-old Beckham is still one of the best pass-catchers in the NFL. He recorded just 17 catches for 232 yards and zero touchdowns in six games for the Browns this season.
He averaged just 45.6 receiving yards per game in seven total contests last year before suffering a torn ACL.