Odell Beckham Jr. is linked with an AFC East team


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Although NFL free agency opened for business a few days ago, there is still an intriguing wide receiver available on the market.

After two ACL tears, Odell Beckham Jr. has marketed himself to a number of teams as he seeks to return to the field after missing last season due to drug rehab.

Several teams attended an open practice he hosted recently, and the Buffalo Bills are reportedly one of the teams interested in him.

Beckham has been campaigning for a return to the NFL since the latter stages of last season, but obviously nothing has materialized yet.

Although he was a speed demon before his ACL injuries, there are understandably concerns about how fast and fast he has left.

Despite fielding one of the best rosters in professional football over the past three years, the Bills have only reached the AFC Championship game once, and the franchise hasn’t been in the Super Bowl since the 1993 season.

Last season, Buffalo was rolled in the Divisional Round by the Cincinnati Bengals as they only managed to muster 10 points in their 17-point loss.

Beckham’s days as a star performer are probably over, but if he’s physically capable enough, he could be a great situational threat for a team like the Bills.

They have an outstanding No. 1 receiver in Stefon Diggs and a solid No. 2 threat in Gabriel Davis, but another auxiliary threat could finally put them over the top next season.

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