Odell Beckham Jr. wasn’t the sole reason the Rams won the Super Bowl, but he was a huge part of it. In the postseason alone, he caught 21 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns, and that’s with missing half the Super Bowl.
He was in for a big game against the Bengals before getting hurt, but unfortunately, a torn ACL limited him to just two catches for 52 yards and a touchdown before halftime.
That ACL injury very much complicates his prospects as a pending free agent, considering he’ll probably miss about half the season. But the Rams have made it clear they want him back in Los Angeles.
Sean McVay even said on Mad Dog Sports Radio that he hopes to work with Beckham for “many more years.”
“Odell is someone we want to continue to work with. I can’t say enough about him as a teammate, as a person,” McVay said. “I really love him. Cherish our relationship that we were able to establish and develop, and I’m hopefully that there will be many more years to come with us working together.”