Odell Beckham Jr. is expected to wait until after Thanksgiving to choose a new home, league sources told ESPN, though talks with teams are already underway and offers for the free-agent wide receiver are starting to come in.
Talks are expected to flare up after Thanksgiving, but before agreeing to a deal with any team, Beckham will consider making a few free agent visits to get a close look at each new prospective home , according to sources.
No team has shown more interest in Beckham than the Dallas cowboys. From team owner and general manager Jerry Jones to players like Micah Parsonsthe Cowboys have been almost openly universal in their campaign to bring Beckham to Dallas.
Beckham is expected to be looking for a deal that will pay him as much pro-rata as the deals signed last off-season by fellow wide receivers such as Chris Godwin and Michael Williams, each earning an average of $20 million per year. If Beckham played the last quarter of the season at a similar salary to Godwin or Williams, he could make about $5 million for the remainder of this season.