5'11'' / 198 lbs
Heading to Baltimore
Beckham agreed Sunday with the Ravens on a one-year contract worth up to $18 million, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Beckham spent the 2022 season as a free agent while recovering from a torn ACL suffered in the Rams' Super Bowl win over Cincinnati in February 2022. The 30-year-old has been in contact with and worked out for numerous teams this offseason, and he was scheduled to visit with the Jets on Monday. Instead, Baltimore will come away with the three-time Pro Bowler's services heading into the 2023 campaign. Across 12 games in the 2021 regular season and playoffs with the Rams, Beckham caught 48 passes for 593 yards and seven touchdowns. He should have a chance to immediately step in as one of the primary wideouts for the Ravens, who are in desperate need of help at the position. Baltimore's starting wideouts Rashod Bateman (foot) and Devin Duvernay (foot) as well as primary reserve Tylan Wallace (hamstring) all ended the 2022 season on IR.
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Meeting in New York
Beckham (knee) is expected to visit the Jets on Monday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports.
Beckham is expected to be given a physical and get more acclimated with the Jets' training staff and coaches during his stay in New York, but Connor Hughes of SNY.tv did note there's currently no deal in place to sign the star wide receiver. This comes on the heels of a separate meeting with Beckham's representation in Arizona in which general manager Joe Douglas called the multi-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, "a unique talent...and the more weapons, the better." The 30-year-old has missed the last 13 months after tearing his ACL in the Rams' Super Bowl win over the Bengals.
Workout scheduled for Friday
Beckham (knee) has a scheduled workout for NFL teams in Arizona on Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
It's been 13 months since Beckham sustained a torn ACL in his left knee during the Rams' Super Bowl LVI victory against the Bengals in February 2022. The workout likely indicates he's back to full health -- or at least close to it -- and considering he wasn't under contract with a team this past season, he's eligible to sign with a new team at any point. During his 12-game run with L.A. in 2021 (including playoffs), Beckham put up a 48-593-7 line on 74 targets, reeling off seven catches of 20-plus yards in the process.