Miami Dolphins Agree to Terms With Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr

The Miami Dolphins have added a huge name to one of the NFL's best wide receiver rooms. According to ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques, the Dolphins have agreed to terms with former New York Giants, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Per Louis-Jacques, Beckham is signing a one-year, $3 million deal that can be worth as much as $8.25 million if he reaches certain incentives. Beckham earned $16 million last season with the Ravens and delivered 565 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

Beckham remains one of the biggest names in the NFL, but he's well past his prime and should only be considered a WR3 in most receiver corps. He's a long way off from the superstar who averaged 86.8 receiving yards per game and 8.6 yards per target from 2014 to 2019. Since 2020, he's averaged a mere 40.6 receiving yards per game and 7.5 yards per target while missing 32 games. 

Still, Beckham will be an intriguing veteran compliment to one of the NFL's best wide receiver duos. The Dolphins finished second in the league last year in points scored with 29.2 per game, due in no small part to Tyreek Hill's league-leading 1799 receiving yards. Promising young pass catcher Jaylen Waddle also notched his third-straight 1000-yard season since entering the league as the 2021 NFL Draft's sixth overall pick. Even if Beckham isn't what he used to be, the Dolphins should have one of the best offenses in the league. If he rediscovers any of the swagger that made him a superstar in the first place, the Dolphins could set records.

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