distance Odell Beckham Jr. The market seemed to be slowing down, Jerry Jones He speeds it up so much that he expects the eight-year veteran to sign with the Cowboys soon.
Jones said Beckham playing in the regular season would make a huge impact on signing the Cowboys, but even after OBJ made comments suggesting he’d prefer to team with Determined to prepare to play only in the playoffsthe owner has long expected the implementation of this agreement.
“Odile will join usJones said, Via Jarrett Bell at USA Today. “There’s a good chance he’ll do that, with the whole goal of getting ready for a playoff game or two and then looking ahead. But most of it is happening now. “
Bell adds that the Cowboys, seen as the standout ahead of the week of Beckham’s three visits, could move to make the long-rumored signing after their Week 15 game against the Jaguars. While Beckham is moving toward a multi-year deal, Jones said the focus will be on the Cowboys agreement for the rest of this season.
The Beckham Cowboys visit produced several headlines centered around the ACL rehabilitation Need longer time than expected. Beckham rumors Not ready to go until February surfaced. Beckham tweeted a pawn emoji after the visit, and although the same kind of leaks about his health haven’t surfaced after his visit to the Giants and Bills, rumors linking him to a New York suitor have died down. On the contrary, the Cowboys continued to talk to Beckham W Share that these conversations happen. Jones’ confidence here signals that this process is nearing the finish line, which would bring to an end one of the longest free agency epics in NFL history.
The former Pro Bowler hasn’t worked for the Giants, Bills, or Cowboys, but Jones maintained that Beckham has been doing well and is “phenomenal.” After a week and change of uncertainty in the Cowboys-Beckham drama, the tone here seems to have returned to lavish praise. Jones and several Cowboys players spent time as a free agent recruit before and during his time in Dallas last week, and although Beckham Hoping for a deal in the $20 million AAV range Never seemed quite right with his situation, a uniquely structured decade might be in the cards.
Beckham is a free agent this season for the second year in a row, and it’ll be interesting to see how the Cowboys’ contract fares – should Jones & Company finalize that agreement, finally – compared to the incentive-packed Rams contract (which ended up paying $4.75 million). ) from November 2021. Beckham’s second ACL tear in a 20-month period cost him a free agency win this year. Former Giants, Browns and Rams target may try to skip this season in bid to prioritize 2023 market – Rumored scenario around the league This week – but Jones thinks OBJ will play this season.
If Beckham signs, the Cowboys will be set to field an intriguing receiving team in the playoffs. The team has Sir Lamb And the Michael Gallup, the latter having recovered from an anterior cruciate ligament tear in December 2021, leading the way. And the Dalton Schultz Improved after a slow start. Beckham will also stand to reduce the innings James WashingtonAnd the Noah Brown and recently signed it TY Hilton. Adaptation issues may arise, as it’s not entirely common for teams to field a player of such high skill in the mix in the playoffs, but Beckham and Duck Prescott Navigating these would raise the Cowboys’ offensive cap — assuming Beckham is completed by mid-January.
“I hope we can play some important games and get some Deon SandersResults typeJones said. “Could it be possible to have a great player like that get into two or three playoff games and make some important plays? I think so a lot. This is not an exaggerated idea at all. “
Beckham is coming off a turbulent 2021 that saw him claw his way out of Cleveland, but the LSU alum’s form during the postseason has propelled that market. The former Giants first baseman topped 100 yards in the Rams’ NFC Championship win and was on pace to match that performance in Super Bowl LVI, before he was injured in the second quarter. We may finally soon get to see what Beckham looks like as he emerges from his second major knee setback.
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