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Report: Odell Beckham, Jr. is thought to now be looking for $15 million on a one-year deal

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OBJ’s price is dropping. It hasn’t dropped enough for him to get a deal. Yet. Via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, Beckham is currently thought to be looking for $15 million on a one-year deal. He’d previously been seeking $20 million per year. There were no takers, and OBJ bristled 15 days ago at the notion [more]

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I am barely interested in having OBJ as a Bill at any cost but NO way I am on board to paying OBJ even $10M/yr.

OBJ comes with an incredible large amount of locker room culture, injury and other risk.

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OBJ & Hopkins sweepstakes is already gone now.....we dumpster dived and got bunch of WRs already...LETS GOOOO!! LOL.....Gabe Davis like it or not is coming back as our #2...This guy continues to drop left right & centre im gonna lose my mind....

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Sounds like a Percy Harvin fleecing situation in waiting. Plays a couple games or at least enough to guarantee his one year contract salary then gets injured (year 1) or has migraines (year 2) that send him to IR. Only the Bills would fall for that twice.

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