Odell Beckham Jr. suffered a devastating injury in Super Bowl LVI. What will the market for him be like in 2022 NFL Free Agency?
The 2021 NFL season was a whirlwind for Odell Beckham Jr.
Beckham joined the Los Angeles Rams shortly after the 2021 NFL trade deadline when the Cleveland Browns decided to release him. That move turned out to be an absolute game-changer for the Los Angeles Rams, who had to deal with the loss of injured starting receiver Robert Woods, a key piece of their offensive attack and a playmaker who took plenty of pressure off of Cooper Kupp, the NFL’s offensive player of the year.
Beckham’s arrival in Los Angeles kept the offense moving forward and ultimately helped them win Super Bowl LVI. He even scored the first points of the game with a touchdown catch over Bengals slot corner Mike Hilton.
What’s next for Odell Beckham Jr. as he hits free agency?
Beckham will now become a free agent in the 2022 offseason and the timing arguably couldn’t be worse.
He suffered a torn ACL in the Super Bowl and will now have to go into free agency with that looming over his head.
Still, this is Odell Beckham Jr. we’re talking about. He should still have a market and it’s not out of the question that he could be ready for the 2022 regular season, even if he has to miss a few games.
Which teams will try to sign him?
Let’s take a look at the three best possible landing spots for OBJ in 2022 NFL Free Agency.