Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be making a Giants return, is signing with Dolphins

Former New York Giants first-round pick Odell Beckham Jr. has found his home for the 2024 season. To no surprise, he will not be returning to the Meadowlands to reunite with the team that drafted him.

On Friday, it was announced that Beckham agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins, joining one of the strongest receiving corps in the league on a one-year deal.

Beckham will likely be the third receiver in Mike McDaniel’s offense behind star Tyreek Hill and emerging star Jaylen Waddle. In a spot where Beckham will be facing most team’s third-best cornerbacks, he can fly under the radar and contribute to the Dolphins’ offense.

Beckham, 31, is on the back nine of his career and really hasn’t been the same since he left the Giants. The Dolphins will be his third team in the last four years and with it being a one-year deal, he could be on to another in 2025.

There was a thought that this would be the year that Beckham would return to the Giants to play alongside fellow LSU product Malik Nabers, but there didn’t seem to be much interest from either side.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire