Cowboys not one of 12 teams at Odell Beckham’s workout

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Twelve teams attended Odell Beckham Jr.’s private workout in Arizona on Friday, and the Cowboys weren’t one of them.

Jonathan Jones of CBS Sports reports the Panthers, Giants, Patriots, Rams, Cardinals, 49ers, Bills, Chiefs, Vikings, Browns and Ravens were represented at the workout. He later added that the Jets also were present.

The free agent receiver missed all of last season after tearing an anterior cruciate ligament in Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13, 2022. He underwent surgery Feb. 22.

Beckham visited the Cowboys, Giants and Bills in December but declined to work out, and no one signed him.

He remains eligible to sign with any team at any time, having become a free agent in March 2022.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said last week his team remains interested in Beckham.

31 responses to “Cowboys not one of 12 teams at Odell Beckham’s workout

  1. The Cowboys were never interested. Just Jerry being Jerry, throwing others off the scent and staying in the news.

  2. The Panthers will probably sign Odell now that they have the number one draft pick and selecting a quarterback for O’Dell to break in.

  3. If I were a betting man, I’d guess he’s going to the Chiefs. He’d likely be an upgrade over social media boy.

  4. mrba4775 says:

    The Panthers will probably sign Odell now that they have the number one draft pick and selecting a quarterback for O’Dell to break in.


    By “break in” do you mean demoralize and ruin?

  5. Bryce Young, Daniel Jones, Mac Jones, Matthew Stafford, Kyler Murray, Trey Lance, Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins, Deshaun Watson, Lamar Jackson, Aaron Rodgers. I think you can rule out Young, Jones, Jones, Stafford, Murray, Lance, Cousins, the Browns, and the Jets. So, Odell…do you want to try to win a Super Bowl with Josh Allen or Patrick Mahomes?

  6. No thanks and he’s largely irrelevant now except for gen’ing up some clicks.

  7. He’s worth a million dollars a year to take a shot on them anyone who pays them a dollar more is crazy

  8. The Browns??? Really??? Y’all cut him 18 months ago and talked all kinds of trash about him on the way out.

  9. Im a Giants fan who knows, like we all do, that he is not a premier WR anymore. However, he’s better than anything the Giants currently have, and for an affordable price I’d like to see him back.

  10. As a browns fan i never wanted Odell to leave it was all mayfield and bad play calling that forced us to let him go. Hoping we can get him back and pair him with cooper Njoku Chubb and DPJ

  11. When a player runs and then limps off walking away it might tell you something. I DO NOT LIKE THE COWBOYS… but they were smart enough to walk away from him. He wants a big contract for what he did. Not what he can do.

  12. The under-over is OBJ playing 7 games this season, I am taking the under. Caveat emptor.

  13. So, it might help if you told us what he actually DID at his little workout…. Seriously, was he just serving refreshments & showing a highlight real of past accomplishments or was he running a bunch of critical & important drills that show he actually is fully healthy & still has his mojo??!!

  14. He’s out of the NFL unless he signs a “SHOW ME” contract that he can play. If not then he can sit back on his millions he’s already been paid

  15. This is pretty funny exactly zero teams want this turd. Overrated his whole career after on e good catch 9 years ago. He done wanshed no thanks

  16. seems to me he would have more value training and waiting for some teams starter to go down.
    dont see him really finishing a season unless it starts in week 10 for him.

  17. I’m a Cowboys fan but I am getting sick of hearing about them. Even when they don’t do something, it makes the news.

  18. Browns didn’t cut O’dell as much as he asked for his release and they helped him go to a Super Bowl contender by not waving him so he could pick where he went which he publicly acknowledged they did and thanked them for. His issue was with Mayfield, not Cleveland and Mayfield is long gone. Not sure he is worth bringing back but he didn’t leave on bad terms at all so this isn’t surprising that they might just show up for moral support.

  19. $20M/yr is a bold start to negotiations. With that #, he is saying he nearly on par with Adams, Hill, Jefferson, Cooper, etc. He is not.
    I’ve all kinds of contract “proposals” by fellow posters, but one I would avoid is an performance incentive-laden contract. OBJ will be even more disruptive if/when he does not get 12+ targets per game, every red zone opportunity, etc.
    Maybe incentives for being active each game, but not for yards, catches or TDs.

  20. It’s pretty hilarious that “supposedly” teams are going to skip the combine but that 11 were willing to waste their time sending people to a workout for a #3 receiver.

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