LATEST NEWS : Odell Beckham Jr explain why didn’t he sign contract with Miami Dolphins

The out-of-work pass catcher met with the Dolphins, and things went so well that an offer was extended. So, why hasn’t OBJ signed a contract?
We previously reported that the Super Bowl-winning wide receiver was scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins. Indeed, the possibility of such a successful player joining what is widely regarded as the NFL’s most explosive offense piqued interest. Ultimately, it appears that nothing happened. Why?

The Dolphins made an offer to OBJ.
According to sources, Odell Beckham Jr’s visit to the Miami Dolphins last week resulted in a contract offer, but the 31-year-old declined.

Speaking at the NFL’s league meetings in Orlando, Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel revealed that the team had





made an offer to OBJ, but nothing had been completed, implying that Beckham’s signing is still on the table.
“Everything went well with him,” McDaniel added. “We made him an offer, and business takes time, especially with somebody like Odell, who has had a fantastic career, still has a lot of terrific football ahead of him, and has options. So, I believe those conversations will continue. “We’ll see where they go.”

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Beckham is of course coming off a one-year, $15 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens. During his time in Baltimore, he caught 35 passes for 565 yards and three touchdowns. Truthfully, it remains to be seen whether Beckham can reclaim the kind of form that saw him exceed 50 catches or 1000 yards back in 2019. Yet, he continues to be one of the most talked about wide receivers in the game, a notion helped by his two catches and one touchdown in the 2021 Super Bowl victory for the Los Angeles Rams. So, how does such a player fit into a team that already boasts the likes of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle? Worst case scenario, he provides valuable experience which can only be of benefit to two young albeit talented receivers. Best case, we see the OBJ of old. Not a bad deal for the Dolphins when you think about


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