Odell Beckham Jr. went all of last season unsigned as he continued to rehab a torn ACL. As rumors swirl of where he might sign next, one of the more interesting destinations reported to be considered was the team that drafted him back in 2014: the Giants.
New York is still in the market for wide receiver talent. On Monday, team owner John Mara said he’s in favor of signing the three-time Pro Bowler as long as coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen make it work, according to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.
Beckham was a star in New York before he was traded to the Browns in 2019 and then eventually signed with the Rams where he won a Super Bowl—the same game he tore his ACL in. The Giants, Packers, Chiefs, Bills and Cowboys were all teams rumored to be possible suitors for Beckham, 30, last season but he ultimately never signed with a team.
The free agent held a workout for NFL teams on March 10 in Arizona to show off that he could still pull down some amazing one-handed catches and now looks ready to play again. A reunion in the Meadowlands is very much a possibility.