ODELL BECKHAM JR teased NFL fans with a cryptic tweet following Cowboys and Giants on Thanksgiving.
The wide receiver, 30, is currently a free agent after leaving the LA Rams earlier this year.
Odell Beckham Jr has teased his next destination[/caption]
The wide receiver, 30 is a free agent after leaving the Rams[/caption]
Beckham suffered an ACL tear during the Super Bowl, just minutes after catching a touchdown in the 23-20 win.
He underwent surgery in the summer and is now preparing for a return to the NFL with a new team.
OBJ is back to peak fitness and reports suggest that both the Cowboys and Giants have meetings booked with the former first round pick.
Beckham was selected by the Giants in the 2014 Draft and left MetLife Stadium in 2019.
Read More on NFL
He was traded to the Browns in 2019 for the No 17 overall pick, their second third-round pick, and safety Jabrill Peppers.
Shortly after the Giants went down 20-28 at AT&T Stadium, OBJ sent social media into meltdown with a simple two-word tweet.
He wrote: “Happy Thanksgiving [eyes emoji] [laughing emoji]”.
It had previously been reported that Beckham would not be meeting with prospective teams until after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Most read in NFL
His cryptic hint was liked almost 80,000 times, with fans debating which of the Cowboys and Giants could land the three-time Pro Bowler.
And the laughing emoji made many Giants fans – who had just watched their team lose – believe they could miss out on their former star.
One wrote: “Don’t do this to us. You know we need you more.”
Another added: “Odell I promise [we lost] just we are injured.”
A third said: “Go to Dallas I hope we see yall in the playoffs.”
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has spoken of his admiration for OBJ’s talent in recent weeks.
Jones said: “He made the greatest catch I’ve seen, other than the one Dez (Bryant) made for the touchdown against Green Bay.
Read More on The US Sun
“Bottom line is, Odell is a player that I admire a lot.”
As well as the Giants, the Bills, Ravens and Chiefs are reportedly interested in signing Beckham.