The Cowboys may need to take extra precautions to secure their man with other teams such as the New York Giants or Buffalo Bills following his lead. According to Josina Anderson (an NFL insider), Dallas is open to making things interesting.
According to me, one thing that the Cowboys want with OBJ’s arrival is to know more about his contract needs. A league source informed me that it was possible for Dallas to offer OBJ a multiyear contract in advance of his Dec 5th arrival.
Odell Beckham Jr. has just returned from a serious knee injury. Getting an additional year of insurance seems like a smart move. If his knee is injured again, it could be a serious injury that will reduce his value.
The Cowboys could be taking a calculated risk by making this gamble. Reports suggest that they’ll be able to count on a soon-to become-healthy OBJ to help them prove that he is still one of the best wideouts in the league.
He is a major boost for their hopes of a Super Bowl run, even if it’s just for this season.
They could make a great deal if they can get him at an injury-discounted price for more than this season.