Monday, April 15, 2024

Dolphins have interest in OBJ for ’24

The Miami Dolphins have interest in Odell Beckham Jr joining their roster for the 2024 season.

“Things went great with him,” head coach Mike McDaniel said. “We did make him an offer, and business takes time, especially with players such as Odell, who’s had a phenomenal career, still has really good football in front of him and has options. So, I think those conversations will be ongoing. We’ll see where they go.”

Dolphins still in win now?

McDaniel continued, “I’m definitely ready to coach him if we can come to an agreement, and I think both sides are trying to work towards that. We’ll see what happens.”

It’s an interesting development for a team that has lost 7 starters so far this season and has a very limited cap available for positions of need. With Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle already in the building you would imagine the Dolphins would be looking for a WR3 and not someone of Beckhams stature, or ego.

For a team that claims to be about culture, OBJ could be an interesting fit. Renowned for wanting as much of the ball as possible, would OBJ be happy as WR3 or would Jaylen Waddle serve a lesser role.

There’s not doubting OBJ’s on field production with 8,282 yards and 61 touchdowns across his 9 years and 4 teams in the league.

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