Odell Beckham Jr. Gives Update On Playing Situation

In an appearance on Prime Video's ''TNF in the Shop,'' Odell Beckham Jr. said that he's targeting a return to game action during the playoffs rather than the regular season.

Speaking on the situation on Thursday, Beckham said, ''I've played football for a long time. I'm not saying that I couldn't step in and play regular season, but I don't see the point. I really don't. I would rather play when the pressure is on.''

Beckham made sure to confirm that he is healthy again after he received full medical clearance from the torn ACL he suffered in his left knee during the Super Bowl game in February. However, given his comments, it appears the veteran wide receiver wants to be a part of a team's playoff run and beyond, and not just viewed as another rental.

Recently, Beckham has met with the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills and the New York Giants, with all meetings reportedly going well. However, this past week, there was concern from Jerry Jones and the Cowboys about his health and availability this season, as he has yet to work out for a club. 

These new comments from Beckham appear to reinforce the idea that we likely won't be seeing the talented receiver suiting up for a team this regular season.

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