The New England Patriots look good at the moment, but they can always add an experienced veteran. Head coach Bill Belichick made a few awkward moves in the offseason and brought players who weren’t expected to join the Patriots. According to latest reports, an All-Pro may soon make a decision on the Patriots.
Ari Meirov from Pro Football Focus reported that Odell Beckham Jr. will soon return to the football field. He is cleared to return to game action, but it looks like the star receiver will take a two-week break to prepare for the challenge.
The All-Pro could make a decision in favor of Patriots or other NFL teams
Beckham Jr. is taking his time “to get himself into football shape” and he may take the field after Thanksgiving. That’s more than great news for fans who appreciate Beckham’s dominance. He has an army of fans and yes, Patriots fans would love to see him join Bill Belichick’s crew. The Patriots have been linked to Beckham for quite some time. He had a chance to become a Patriot, but it didn’t happen.
The talented wide receiver could add a nice boost to the Patriots passing attack. Belichick has nothing but respect for him and this increases Beckham’s chances to sign a deal with the Patriots.
Beckham Jr. didn’t sign with the Patriots last year and the year before. Why would he become a Patriot at this point? Beckham didn’t join the Patriots because they lost Tom Brady to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He would join a team with strong quarterback and the Patriots seem to have issues at this position. Yes, Mac Jones is a great player, but his inconsistent performance gave fans a reason to worry. The Alabama quarterback threw four touchdown passes and seven interceptions. Moreover, some fans believe that rookie quarterback Bailey Zappe is a much better option than the second-year signal-caller.
If Beckham Jr. doesn’t join the Patriots, he will probably consider signing with the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers? Let’s see what happens next. Let’s see if Beckham Jr. puts an end to all the Patriots drama.