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Report: Dolphins pushing to sign Beckham

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The Miami Dolphins remain interested in adding Odell Beckham Jr.

Miami has possibly made up to two contract offers to the veteran wideout, reports ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel confirmed in March that his team offered Beckham a deal after he visited the club. However, both sides have yet to agree to financial terms, according to Fowler.

The wideout is reportedly willing to wait to sign if needed.

The latest report on Beckham comes after Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill posted a photo of him with the 31-year-old on Snapchat.

"OBJ to Miami confirmed," Hill wrote on the post, which quickly went viral around the NFL.

Beckham seemingly reacted to Hill's post later on social media.

Beckham played the 2023 season for the Baltimore Ravens on a one-year contract. The three-time Pro Bowler finished the campaign with only 35 receptions for 565 yards and three touchdowns in 14 appearances.

He previously helped the Los Angeles Rams win Super Bowl LVI after joining the team midway through the 2021 campaign on a one-year deal. He didn't play in 2022 while recovering from a torn ACL he suffered during that Super Bowl.

A five-time 1,000-yard receiver, Beckham hasn't topped that mark in a season since his 2019 campaign with the Cleveland Browns.

The Dolphins, who ranked second in points and first in yards gained last year, boast one of the NFL's top wide receiver duos with Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

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