Rams want Odell Beckham to return but knee injury factors into timeline

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Rams receiver Odell Beckham tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Super Bowl LVI. He had surgery Feb. 22.

That creates a question of when doctors will clear him to return to football activities.

Beckham tore the same ACL on Oct. 25, 2020, and returned to the field Sept. 26, 2021. So it could be a while before Beckham is back playing.

That, Rams General Manager Les Snead admitted, will factor into the team’s structure and timeline for a potential return for Beckham to Los Angeles.

Jourdan Rodrigue of TheAthletic.com reports Snead said, “Yes, we would definitely like to” re-sign Beckham, who will become a free agent later this month.

Beckham appeared to find a home after signing with the Rams in November. He caught 27 passes for 305 yards with five touchdowns in the regular season for Los Angeles and added 23 receptions for 339 yards with three scores in the postseason.

5 responses to “Rams want Odell Beckham to return but knee injury factors into timeline

  1. he’ll be a good complimentary receiver going forward..hopefully robert woods can return back to some form of what he used to be too

  2. He got his ring and a TD in the SUPER BOWL. Might be time to move on from him.

  3. jonathankrobinson424 – He also had a DROP… Maybe that was the problem in Cleveland, he needed to play with an ELITE WR, as opposed pretending to be one. He was the 4th option at best, put up WR4 production, a few meaningless TDS. Not sure hat value gets put on 38.1 YPG with a 56.3 CATCH%… Good for him, maybe he improved his brand with that stellar performance

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