Odell Beckham Jr. Willing To Take Less Money To Stay With Rams: “It Feels Like Home”

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When Odell Beckham Jr. signed with the Los Angeles Rams, many believed he would be just a one-year rental and would be playing elsewhere in 2022-23.

But that may not be the case as OBJ may not be in a hurry to leave Los Angeles.

After getting his wish granted by being released by the Cleveland Browns and eventually signed a 1-year deal with the Rams, Beckham is headed towards free agency in March. He’s completed turned around his career by playing a large role in helping the Rams reach Super Bowl LVI.

He’s going to draw a lot of interest in free agency.

Beckham was asked about whether or not he’d consider taking less if it meant staying with the Rams:

The Rams are projected to be over the salary cap by more than $13 million, according to OverTheCap. In addition to Beckham, the franchise could also have to attempt to retain players like Von Miller, Darious Williams and Sony Michel, who are all set to be unrestricted free agents.