Odell Beckham Jr. is nearing his return to the field and we could see him sign with a team soon.
In an interview with Complex Sports, the 30-year-old wide receiver spoke about the teams that have shown interest with him and it’s a pretty surprising list.
OBJ mentions the Buffalo Bills, where his good friend Von Miller has been recruiting him since he signed with the Bills, the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers and a reunion with the Giants as potential suitors:
Beckham noted that he’s looking for a place to call home for the next three-to-four years and that he is tired of “living out of suitcases.” The 30-year-old also noted he’s already lived the “rock-and-roll lifestyle.”
FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Sunday that Beckham, who suffered a torn ACL last February during the Super Bowl when he was a member of the Los Angeles Rams, will be fully cleared by the end of this week. He also noted that the Buffalo Bills and Rams could be interested in bringing him in.
Last year, Beckham joined the Rams midseason after parting ways with the Cleveland Browns. He played an instrumental role in the Rams winning their first Super Bowl in 22 years thanks to 48 catches for 593 yards and seven touchdowns in 12 games (regular season and playoffs).