CLEVELAND — Editor's note: Hours after this report, Odell Beckham Jr. finalized a deal to join the Los Angeles Rams
We've spent the week speculating and wondering where ex-Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will be taking his talents next and it appears we may have to wait even longer.
Beckham cleared waivers after Tuesday and then was eligible to sign with any team he chooses. Most of the reporting has Beckham zeroing in on five teams: Green Bay, New England, New Orleans, Kansas City and Seattle.
ESPN's Dianna Russini reported on Thursday that Beckham may wait for Sunday's games to play out before making a decision.
It has been reported that Beckham wants to go somewhere where a team is a contender. All of his reported potential destinations have intriguing games this week.
-Packers play Seahawks
-Chiefs play Raiders
-Patriots play Browns
-Saints play Titans
Given there are a lot of high-stakes matchups between these contenders, he may want one more week to watch his next potential quarterback.
The Browns and Beckham negotiated a release after tensions boiled over for the 29-year-old wideout regarding his role in the Browns offense.
Beckham's father posted a video of Baker Mayfield not throwing his son the ball and then Beckham was excused from practice the next day before his release was negotiated.
Beckham won NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2014 with the Giants and made three Pro Bowls from 2014-2016.
He hasn't played a full season once in his career. His six games with the Browns this year, Beckham has just 17 catches for 232 yards and no touchdowns.
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