During the NFL trade deadline there were a number of teams that were interested in trading for a wide receiver but only one team was able to do so — The Chicago Bears who acquired Chase Claypool from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
With the deadline in the rearview mirror, many contending teams have turned their attention to WR Odell Beckham Jr., who remains the top free-agent wide receiver on the market and according to Ian Rapoport, there are a number of teams that eyeing OBJ as he continues to rehab his torn ACL.
Among those teams are the Dallas Cowboys, who were one of the teams calling around during the deadline looking for a WR:
Per the report:
Several teams have been open about potential interest in Beckham, including the Bills, Giants and Rams, sources say. The Packers and Chiefs may have interest, as well. Now, you can add the Cowboys to the mix.
Rapoport also says that Beckham is hoping to land a multi-year deal with a team and finish his career in that spot. The 30-year-old Beckham is expected to be healthy and ready to go by early December.