Odell Beckham Jr. agrees to terms with Rams on one-year deal

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Per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Los Angeles Rams and veteran receiver Odell Beckham Jr. have agreed to terms on a one-year contract.

The Browns released the veteran receiver earlier this week after it became clear that Beckham was not a good fit for the offense. Beckham subsequently cleared waivers and became a free agent, and he had been linked by various sources to the Packers, Saints, Chiefs, Patriots, and Seahawks. The Rams were a comparative late bloomer in the Beckham derby, at least as far as reports indicate, but the Rams are also a team with a history of extreme aggressiveness when it comes to getting the players they want.

The Rams also recently released veteran speed receiver DeSean Jackson because Jackson was unhappy with his target share. You would think that Beckham, who had a similar (and legitimate) complaint in Cleveland, would have heard enough from head coach Sean McVay and others to alleviate any concerns he may have.