The Baltimore Ravens are making moves to potentially bolster their offense amidst the current state of flux following star quarterback Lamar Jackson’s trade request. On Monday, it was reported that the Ravens have made a formal offer to free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. after touching base with him at the NFL owners’ meetings in Phoenix last week, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter (via Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams). However, the Ravens are not the only team in the running for Beckham, as ESPN’s Dan Graziano reported last week that the wideout “has offers on the table from multiple teams.” Despite earlier reports that the New York Jets were considered the favorites to land him, the Ravens’ offer adds another variable to the situation.
On Sunday, it was reported by ESPN’s Rich Cimini that Beckham is seeking a one-year contract worth $15 million. Previously, there were reports that he was hoping to secure a deal worth $20 million annually, but he denied those claims and expressed his dissatisfaction with the $4 million offer he had received.
The Baltimore Ravens have made a move to potentially bolster their offense by offering a contract to free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The Ravens had touched base with Beckham at the NFL owners’ meetings in Phoenix last week. The team is not alone in the pursuit of the wideout, as he reportedly has offers from multiple teams, with the New York Jets once considered the favorites to land him. Beckham is seeking a one-year deal worth $15 million after missing the entire 2022 season due to a torn ACL suffered in Super Bowl LVI while with the Los Angeles Rams. If the Ravens were to land Beckham, it could ease the tension with quarterback Lamar Jackson, who announced his trade request last week, by providing him with a proven high-level producer on the outside.
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