By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Los Angeles Rams soon-to-be free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. would like to remain with his current team. He will be able to sign elsewhere in March.
For the Rams to re-sign Beckham Jr. and fellow free agent Von Miller, Los Angeles needs to clear at least $40 million in cap space. It’s possible but it’s going to be tough to do.
Beckham Jr. said, “(it) feels like a home.” He already has a residence in Los Angeles, where he lives in the offseason.
READ MORE: Click here for our latest NFL coverage.
“This place, it feels good in my heart,” Beckham said.
The super-talented player — who made his first playoff appearance since the 2016 season with the New York Giants — signed with the Rams after the trade deadline. After the trade deadline this season, he was released by the Cleveland Browns.
He was considering offers from the Green Bay Packers and the Rams. Beckham Jr. eventually decided to sign with the Rams.
This postseason, he has had 19 receptions for 236 yards in three games. He also had one touchdown.
During the regular season, Beckham Jr. — who signed with the Rams days before the team lost Robert Woods for the season with a torn ACL — appeared in eight games. He made seven starts.
Beckham Jr. had 27 receptions for 305 yards. He had five touchdowns.
Subscribe to our newsletter!