June 25, 2024

Veteran wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has at least one enticing offer on the table during yet another free agency round. Head coach Mike McDaniels announced that the former LSU first-round pick received a contract offer from the Miami Dolphins following his visit to the team last week.

But since the organization hasn’t made an announcement about a signing yet, Beckham might be exploring other options or just keeping up the talks. Although McDaniels wouldn’t “look into a crystal ball,” he did tell reporters that he would love to coach the former Giants great on Monday at the annual league meetings in Orlando.

“We presented him with a proposal,” McDaniels stated. “He has options because he has a great career ahead of him and excellent football ahead of him. Though business takes time, I would want to mentor him.

For his eleventh season in the league, Beckham is searching for a new residence. His contract with the Ravens expired on March 13, making him a free agent. He can now join with any team he wants to play for in 2024.

Beckham bids Baltimore farewell
Beckham signed a contract worth $15 million for a year when he joined the Ravens. It is probable that he hopes to sign a contract in the same range with the Dolphins or any other team that piques his interest. The wideout made it obvious he wouldn’t be coming back to Baltimore when he posted his farewell last week.

Beckham posted on Instagram, saying, “Swea on everything, I appreciate the Flock more than yall could ever imagine.” “I made the most of the opportunity I was given. I wish I could do it large for all of you. I’m grateful for the Vibez. I will always fxck with you, City of Baltimore, FRRRR [for real]. Above all, I love you all and this sentence is a lifetime sentence to my brothers over there! LargestTruzzz

Beckham broke the 500-yard threshold in 2023 for the first time in three seasons. He caught 35 passes for three touchdowns during his 14 games during the regular season with the Ravens.

The former Giants great added four receptions for 34 yards in two postseason games, with two of those receptions going for first downs. He will be in his eleventh season in the league in 2024. He rested from competition in 2022 after tearing his ACL in 2021.

In two postseason games, the former great of the Giants contributed four receptions for 34 yards, two of which were for first downs. In 2024, he will be entering his ninth season in the league. He tore his ACL in 2021 and took a break from competition in 2022.

More about free agency and the NFL offseason in 2024
The NFL 2024 season kicks off on March 13 at 4 p.m. ET. The players’ contracts, which were set to expire in 2023, will then formally expire, leaving them free agents. Teams will be able to designate one franchise or transition tag player prior to the start of free agency. This window will open on February 20 at 4 p.m. ET and close on March 5. Teams may start legal talks with players who will become unrestricted free agents on March 11 through March 13.

Mike McDaniels confirms Dolphins offer for wide receiver free agent Odell Beckham Jr.

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