The Chiefs were among the teams present for Odell Beckham Jr.’s recent private workouts, which by all accounts appeared to be going well for the former LSU first-round pick.
I can’t lie, it feels good to be where I am, but even better knowing I have 5 months to get where I want to be. This shxt is not easy and going through it is just trying in every way. I just couldn’t let myself give up or walk out like this! I still have something to do… let’s go pic.twitter.com/awBE1ZgJHI
— Odell Beckham Jr (@obj) March 15, 2023
Kansas City was a Beckham-bound team last season as he was still recovering from his Super Bowl LVI knee injury. He’s four seasons away from his final 1,000-yard receiving season, but Beckham caught 44 passes for 537 yards and five touchdowns between the Rams and Browns in 2021. He also had 21 receptions for 288 yards and two touchdowns in the playoffs. playoffs en route to the Super Bowl in which he was injured.
If Beckham manages to stay healthy, it’s hard to see a situation where he wouldn’t top those numbers with the Chiefs. He can make tough catches at all levels of the court and would be an all-around weapon for Kansas City that could relieve Travis Kelce.