Odell Beckham Jr. back to the New York Giants seems closer than ever

Odell Beckham Jr. back to the New York Giants seems closer than ever

Big Blue’s GM agreed that they will be looking for the receiver who played for them from 2014-2018

Odell Beckam Jr. won his first Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Rams last season, however, a torn ACL in his knee has generated that after his contract expired after winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy he became a free agent for the first time in his career and remains, for now without a team.

OBJ had his first opportunity in the NFL with the New York Giants, with whom he shined becoming probably the most spectacular and even the most popular player in the NFL in his stint that lasted from 2014 to 2018, at that time his one-handed catches marked the imagination of many NFL fans.

Odell Beckham close to finding new team

Several press reports indicated that in the nascent month of November will be when Beckham will choose his new team as it was said that it was the time where he would be able to train at 100% and join a team in need of a receiver.

Big Blue, which has a surprising 6-2 record when enjoying its bye week, could not get a player before the NFL Trade Deadline, when clearly one of its weaknesses has been the receiver position, so the option of Beckham’s return seems real, and General Manager Joe Schoen does not rule it out.

What does the Giants’ GM think of OBJ?

“Obviously he’s been a good player. He’s a guy we would consider and talk to, when he’s healthy. I think he did the ACL in February, so not sure really where he is physically,” Schoen said. “But yeah, any player that would upgrade the roster we’re going to consider and have conversations with their representatives.”

Beckham visited the Giants’ facility last September to show his support for the injured Sterling Sheppard following a Monday Night Football loss to the Dallas co‌wboys, however, it did not count as an official visit as he did not see Schoen or head coach Brian Daboll.

“I had no idea he was in the building until he was out of the building,” Schoen said.

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