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Largely due to a torn ACL suffered within the Rams’ Tremendous Bowl win, receiver Odell Beckham Jr. stays unsigned.
If it have been as much as Los Angeles head coach Sean McVay, that wouldn’t be the case and OBJ would once more be sporting a Rams uniform. McVay mentioned as a lot throughout a Thursday look on The Wealthy Eisen Present, telling the present’s host: “Oh, after all. I really need Odell again on our staff. He’s a man that, in a brief period of time, we have been capable of develop a very particular relationship.”
Beckham joined the Rams final November and have become a direct contributor. In seven common season video games he discovered the top zone 5 occasions. He added one other two touchdowns throughout LA’s publish season run.
All through the offseason Beckham’s been linked to a number of groups, together with the Saints, Packers, Browns (sure, significantly) and Rams, amongst others. Regardless of nonetheless recovering from his harm, Beckham seems to be ready to signal till he receives a suggestion that’s richer than what’s at the moment on the desk.
“They kno whwre (sic) I wanna be simply can’t play totally free,” Beckham tweeted final week, in response to a remark that had him poised to signal again with LA.
Although McVay doesn’t deal with the Rams’ financials, he looks like a man who’d be prepared to help the defending champs find some further money to fatten OBJ’s pockets. “I believed he introduced an incredible spark to our staff,” McVay informed Wealthy Eisen. “I believed he performed very well. He’s an incredible teammate.”
Beckham Jr. will probably be sidelined till late November or early December as he continues to rehab from his second torn ACL in 18 months. His ongoing restoration gives extra time and alternative for McVay and the Rams to discover a approach to deliver OBJ again to LA.
“No doubt, wish to get Odell again right here,” McVay added. “That’s the purpose and persevering with to work towards an answer of him re-signing with the Rams.”
That will surely qualify as a Hollywood ending for one of many NFL’s greatest stars.