After several NFL insiders reported that Odell Beckham Jr. was being considered by the Dallas Cowboys, Beckham responded to the rumors that Dallas is in consideration for his services.
Beckham used Twitter for a response to Micah Parsons’ recruiting pitch. Although there may be some family interest in the Cowboys signing him, the playmaker said he was “just trying to win” at his next stop.
“Lolol sheeeed u tell me!?” Beckham responded to Parsons’ urging with a November 8, 2022 tweet. “U kno all the fam on my daddy side down there. Im just tryna win… wheeerever I go.”
Beckham, a three-time Pro Bowler, seeks a multi-year contract, we will find out how serious the Cowboys really are. In an interview with 105.3 the Fan’s Shan and RJ on November 8, Jerry Jones, owner, suggested that Beckham could wear a Cowboys uniform.
“Odell is someone that we have all the appreciation in the world for what he is as a competitor,” Jones explained. “I know the Cowboys star on that helmet when he puts it on could look pretty good.”
Jones isn’t the only one who wants Beckham to catch passes from Dak Prescott. When asked about his interest in signing Beckham, Mike McCarthy, Cowboys coach, gushed about Beckham.
“As far Odell is concerned, I believe there are two parts to this question. No. No. “So, I believe we got better football with more chances in front of us. Odell is my favorite player, and I have always been a big fan of him. I learned this from Ben McAdoo, former Giants coach, and Joe Whitt Cowboys assistant Joe Whitt about all the men I worked with in New York and the Cleveland Browns.
“Everybody has nothing but great things to say about him. Obviously, I’ve always been so impressed with his football playing ability, but I’ve just heard so many excellent, excellent things about him over the years. So, I think those are conversations for the future, but right now we’re focused on our guys.”
NFL Network reported that Dallas had been in touch with Beckham during Beckham’s free agency tour. The Cowboys have responded to the rumors about Beckham moving to Big D.
“While Dallas has not had any contract talks with Beckham’s agent Zeke Sandhu, the team has continued to check in on his health and how his recovery from the knee injury he suffered during Super Bowl LVI has been,” NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo wrote on November 6. “Beckham is in the final stages of his rehab, and should be ready to help a team down the stretch and potentially in the playoffs.
“Beckham’s hope, sources say, is for a multi-year deal and a home to end his career following a few years of searching and now waiting. The Cowboys now are among the teams expected to take a look at him when he nears full health.”