Odell Beckham Jr Makes Big Statement About Future NFL Plans

Odell Beckham Jr., the eight-year veteran wide receiver, has returned to the NFL after a year's absence.

Now a member of the Baltimore Ravens, Beckham signed a one-year deal despite initial reservations about playing against his former team.

The 30-year-old athlete, who has been plagued by injuries throughout his career, expressed in an interview that the 2023 NFL season could possibly be his last.

Beckham's career has been marked by numerous challenges, including two ACL tears—one during his tenure with the Cleveland Browns and the other during Super Bowl LVI while playing for the Los Angeles Rams.

Despite facing adversity, he decided to make a comeback with the Ravens, aiming to make the most of his time on the field alongside star quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Beckham revealed that he played without an ACL during his time with the Rams, and although his knee injury didn't fully heal after the 2020 rupture, he chose not to undergo another surgery.

Approaching the 2023 season with a determined mindset, Beckham expressed his commitment to giving his all on the field.

However, he remains aware of the toll that past injuries have taken on his body, leading him to consider the possibility of retiring from football after the 2023 season, saying he's "playing this season like it will be his last."

With the Ravens, he hopes to revive his career and showcase his talent once more, but ultimately, how this season unfolds will determine the trajectory of his future in the sport, marking around a decade since he entered the NFL. Photo Credit:  Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports