Odell Beckham Jr. is still a free agent two weeks into the NFL season.
After appearing at the Rams home opener as a guest, Beckham was spotted this Sunday watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers warm up.
Beckham, who expects to be fully recovered from a torn ACL by Thanksgiving, seems to be keeping his NFL options open.
Odell Beckham Jr. visited Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ahead of their game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Beckham, who is still a free agent, was spotted speaking on the field with Brady before kickoff.
—Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 18, 2022
Beckham appears to be turning his free agency into something of a campus tour.
Last year, Beckham joined the Rams in the middle of the season, and proved to be a key part in Los Angeles' eventual Super Bowl win.
While he scored the opening touchdown of the Super Bowl, Beckham suffered a torn ACL later in the game, leaving his status for 2022 in question.
Now two weeks into the season, Beckham still doesn't have a team, but he does seem interested in keeping his options open.
Last week, Beckham watched the season opener between the Rams and Bills at SoFi Stadium, taking part in the pregame festivities with his fellow Super Bowl champions. On social media, Beckham joked that he might just decide to sign with whichever team won the opener.
After the win, he teased that he might just have to join up with the Bills.
—Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) September 9, 2022
But now it appears the Buccaneers have been added to the list of potential suitors for Beckham's services.
As things stand, Beckham would make sense as a signing for any one of the Rams, Bills, or Buccaneers. The Rams already have a Super Bowl winning rapport with him; the Bills look on the verge of greatness and could always use another weapon; and the Buccaneers have made their business in getting the most out of veteran players over the past few years.
Beckham still seems to have some time to make his decision, as ESPN's Adam Schefter says that the receiver likely won't be back on the field until Thanksgiving.
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