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Beckham signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins this offseason, and he'll be the No. 3 receiver in Miami behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Beckham should only be drafted with a late-round pick in the majority of leagues. At 31, Beckham's best days are behind him, and he'll struggle for targets in Miami as long as Hill and Waddle are healthy. Beckham spent 2023 in Baltimore, and he only averaged 7.7 PPR points per game, including just four games with at least 11 PPR points. We'll see if a change of scenery and a move to a more pass-friendly offense helps Beckham improve his Fantasy stock, but it's hard to expect much from him at this point in his career.

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2023 35 565 16.14 3 0.00 664.7
2021 44 537 12.20 5 14 7.00 765.4
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  • Dolphins' Odell Beckham: Signing one-year deal in Miami

    Beckham is signing a one-year contract with the Dolphins, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. It's a $3 million contract that can go up to $8.25 million with incentives, per Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com. Beckham signed a one-year, $15 million deal with Baltimore last offseason, and while his numbers were solid on a per-route and per-target basis, he never reached even 60 percent snap share after Week 1. He won't have to play too many snaps in Miami, where Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are the top WRs and head coach Mike McDaniel uses FB Alec Ingold a lot. The Dolphins had three or more WRs on the field for just 48 percent of their plays last year, the third-lowest rate in the league. On the other hand, Hill and Waddle tend to come off the field more often than other top receivers, which should give Beckham some chances to contribute in two-wide sets. Still, he's unlikely to have value in most fantasy leagues unless Hill or Waddle is unavailable (and even then it wouldn't necessarily be a sure thing).
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  • Odell Beckham: Nothing imminent with Miami

    Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Tuesday that there's "nothing imminent" on a deal between Beckham and the team, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Beckham was reportedly extended a contract offer by Miami after visiting with the team back in March, but it doesn't appear that a signing is around the corner. The 31-year-old is coming off a forgettable 14-game season with the Ravens in which he put up a 35-565-3 receiving line, but he could find more success as a No. 3 option behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. It could be that Beckham will need to wait until after the dust of the 2024 NFL Draft has settled to find a landing spot.
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  • Odell Beckham: Weighing offer from Dolphins

    Miami has extended a contract offer to Beckham, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Beckham visited the Dolphins last week, and coach Mike McDaniel said Monday that the team has an offer extended to the veteran wideout. With Cedrick Wilson having departed in free agency, Miami is in need of a No. 3 wide receiver behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, and Beckham likely would offer the team an upgrade over what's been fielded at that spot in recent years. Though the 31-year-old finished with just 35 catches for 565 yards and three touchdowns over 14 games for the Ravens last season, including two playoff matches, it's difficult to think of a landing spot better for Beckham's potential fantasy prospects than with the Dolphins.
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  • Odell Beckham: Released by Ravens

    The Ravens released Beckham on Wednesday, Ryan Mink of the team's official site reports. Beckham signed a one-year, $15 million contract last offseason, with void years tacked on to push the cap hit to 2024. He then renegotiated this winter to allow the Ravens to designate him as a post-June 1 release and spread the dead cap charge between 2024 and 2025. That also means Beckham won't factor into the compensatory pick formula, as he technically was released rather than having his contract expire. The 31-year-old caught 35 passes for 565 yards and three TDs in 2023, rotating with Rashod Bateman and Nelson Agholor in a WR room where Zay Flowers was the only full-time player. Ravens coach John Harbaugh has already suggested Flowers and Bateman will be the starters in 2024, though that doesn't necessarily preclude Beckham re-signing and taking on a similar role to what he had last year.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Wanted back in Baltimore

    Coach John Harbaugh and GM Eric DeCosta both suggested this week that they'd like Beckham to re-sign with the Ravens, Clifton Brown and Ryan Mink of the team's official website report. "[Beckham]'s become a great friend of mine and a friend to the Ravens," DeCosta said Tuesday. "I think we'll just kind of assess and see what happens over the next couple of weeks." Beckham presumably would have to accept a major pay cut after signing a one-year, $15 million contract last offseason. He made some big plays but was never a full-time player after the first few games, ultimately finishing with 35 catches for 565 yards and three TDs in the regular season. Harbaugh has already mentioned viewing Rashod Bateman as a starter for 2024, in which Beckham would be coming back as the third/fourth wide receiver. The team recently re-signed Nelson Agholor, ensuring they'll have a veteran presence behind Bateman and Zay Flowers even if Beckham ends up signing elsewhere.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Three grabs in season-ending loss

    Beckham secured three of six targets for 22 yards in the Ravens' 17-10 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Beckham didn't get on the stat sheet until the fourth quarter, recording his first catch with 8:47 remaining in the contest. The veteran wideout was third in receptions and targets on the afternoon for Baltimore, but his underwhelming numbers were representative of the type of afternoon it was for anyone not named Zay Flowers in the Ravens' air attack. Beckham's comeback campaign following an idle 2022 season due to a knee injury resulted in 35 receptions for 565 yards and three touchdowns on 64 targets across 14 games, with his 16.1 yards per catch representing a career high. Beckham played 2023 on a one-year, $1.15 million contract, so it remains to be seen whether a reunion with Lamar Jackson is in the offing over the coming months.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Resting in Week 18

    Beckham will sit out Saturday's regular-season finale versus the Steelers for rest purposes. Beckham was one of four Baltimore players ruled out on the final Week 18 injury report, with both his and quarterback Lamar Jackson's absences attributed to rest/coach's decisions with the Ravens having already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. Several other key Ravens on both sides of the ball are likely to sit out the Week 18 game entirely or see significant role reductions as Baltimore looks to escape the contest with its health intact heading into the divisional round of the postseason. While playing in 14 games during the regular season, Beckham finished with 35 catches for 565 yards on three touchdowns on 64 targets. He cleared a 60 percent snap share in just one of those contests, but the Ravens could be counting on Beckham to take on larger workloads during the postseason.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Makes one big catch

    Beckham caught one pass for 33 yards on one target in Sunday's 56-19 win over the Dolphins. Like most weeks, Beckham was in and out of the lineup while appearing nicked up at times, but his one catch was a major contribution while the game was still competitive. It's possible Beckham would have played more in the second half if the game had been closer. Beckham remains the top downfield threat for the Ravens, but his inconsistent availability makes it difficult to scale up his otherwise explosive per-snap production.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Minimal production against 49ers

    Beckham caught two of three targets for 13 yards in Monday's 33-19 win over the 49ers. Beckham was targeted three times for the second straight week and failed to reach 15 yards in either contest. The veteran wideout played 54 percent of the Ravens' offensive snaps Monday, continuing a streak of three games in which he has played more than half of the team's snaps. Beckham's increased playing time is a promising sign, and he could be asked to be more involved in Week 17, when the Ravens host the Dolphins in what could be a shootout.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Takes full reps in practice

    Beckham (illness) was a full participant in Friday's practice. Beckham was given the day off Thursday while recovering from the illness, but his return to the field a day later without any restrictions clears the way for him to play Monday in San Francisco. Zay Flowers (foot) was also a full practice participant Friday after being limited Thursday, so Baltimore's receiving corps should be at full strength for Week 16 with the exception of Devin Duvernay (back), who remains on injured reserve and will miss the rest of the regular season.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Practicing Friday

    Beckham (illness) returned to practice Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Beckham missed practice Thursday, and while the extent of his participation Friday has yet to be revealed, it's a step in the right direction nonetheless. The Ravens play Monday night in Week 16 against the 49ers, so Beckham's game status won't be revealed until Saturday's injury report, though he could avoid an injury designation altogether by logging full participation Friday or Saturday.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Dealing with an illness

    Beckham didn't practice Thursday due to an illness. Beckham now has two more chances to practice ahead of Monday's game against the 49ers. Assuming he's available for the contest, the veteran wideout will look to bounce back from the one-catch effort he turned in during this past Sunday's 23-7 win over the Jaguars, a contest in which the Ravens leaned heavily on their ground game.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Not spotted at Wednesday's practice

    Beckham didn't practice Wednesday for unspecified reasons, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. The Ravens won't release their first Week 16 injury report until Thursday, so Beckham's absence Wednesday could simply be rest-related rather than the result of a legitimate health concern. Beckham and the Ravens will benefit from an extra day of rest in between games this week, as the team will travel to San Francisco for a Monday night matchup with the 49ers.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Sleeper WRs

    Beckham could have the chance for a big game if he continues to get targets, and he just had 10 targets for four catches, 97 yards and a touchdown in Week 14 against the Rams. He now has three games with at least seven targets in his past five outings, and he scored at least 14.6 PPR points in all of them. Lamar Jackson should continue to lean on Beckham in Week 15 against the Jaguars, who are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. I like Beckham as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Week 15 Adds (WR Preview)

    Beckham continues to be elite on a per-route basis but his upside is limited by the fact that he hasn't played even 60% of the offensive snaps since Week 1. Still, the Jaguars have given up 65 points over the past two weeks to offenses quarterbacked by Jake Browning and Joe Flacco so there may be more upside here than I am accounting for. If Beckham was a full-time player over the next three weeks he would rank as a top-25 wide receiver for me.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham: Delivers several splash plays

    Beckham recorded four receptions on 10 targets for 97 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-31 win over the Rams. Beckham tied for the team lead in targets with Zay Flowers, though he led the way in yardage thanks to several big plays. The most notable was a 46-yard touchdown reception early in the second quarter, when Beckham split a double team down the sideline before adjusting to an underthrown ball and rolling into the end zone. He also tacked on lengthy receptions of 20 and 17 yards and fell just short of reaching the century mark for the second time in his last three games. Nevertheless, Beckham has emerged in the Ravens' offense since Mark Andrews (ankle) has gone down, and he'll face a struggling Jaguars' secondary in Week 15.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Week 15 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    Beckham now has at least 12 PPR points in four of his past five games, and the Ravens sure look like they've got him back to being one of the more dangerous big-play weapons in their offense. He isn't the guy he used to be, but Beckham has a reception of at least 40 yards in three of his past four games, and was targeted 10 times Sunday in a surprisingly pass-heavy game script in the rain against the Rams. There are going to be some duds along the way – like his three-catch, 34-yard showing last week – but Beckham looks like a boom-or-bust WR3 with plenty of upside.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Sleeper WRs

    I like Beckham and Zay Flowers as No. 3 Fantasy receivers this week against the Rams. Flowers should be considered the better Fantasy option, but Beckham has the chance for a revenge game against the Rams. He scored at least 11 PPR points in three of his past four games prior to Baltimore's bye in Week 13. With Mark Andrews (ankle) out, I expect Beckham to be a top target for Lamar Jackson against the Rams, who have allowed three receivers in the past two games to score at least 11.7 PPR points.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I like Beckham and Zay Flowers as No. 3 Fantasy receivers this week against the Rams. Flowers should be considered the better Fantasy option, but Beckham has the chance for a revenge game against the Rams. He scored at least 11 PPR points in three of his past four games prior to Baltimore's bye in Week 13. With Mark Andrews (ankle) out, I expect Beckham to be a top target for Lamar Jackson against the Rams, who have allowed three receivers in the past two games to score at least 11.7 PPR points.
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  • Ravens' Odell Beckham Jr.: Week 14 Adds (WR Preview)

    Beckham was a part-time player before the bye, but his 41% TPRR in his last two games shows a player who could be a Fantasy starter if he got healthy while the Ravens were off. I'd rather stash Beckham than start him, but he's a TD-dependent flex this week.
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