Odell Beckham Jr. Officially. is a member Baltimore RavensBut it’s still up in the air as to who will receive who from next season.
At his introductory press conference Thursday, Beckham said he had received no confirmation. Lamar Jackson The former MVP will be his quarterback next season.
“I don’t get any guarantees anyway. You know, life is certain,” Beckham said, according to the NFL Network. “I think we don’t know what will happen tomorrow or the next day. We only know the past.”
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Jackson explained what he was asking. Baltimore business March 2, days before the Ravens deadline to place the non-exclusive franchise tag on a quarterback.
But the uncertainty at the quarterback position didn’t stop Beckham from signing a one-year, $15 million contract in Baltimore after sitting out the entire 2022 season with a knee injury.
Although the Three-time Pro Bowler The Ravens clearly hope Jackson will be under center when they begin the 2023 season.
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“If you’re watching Lamar, I’d love to work with you,” Beckham waved at the camera.
Jackson helped. Beckham’s recruitment, And both went to dinner and club after Beckham agreed to the deal, ESPN.
“Lamar is in our plans. We love Lamar,” Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said Thursday, per ESPN . “Our feelings about Lamar haven’t changed one bit since the end of the season. We still hope to get a long-term contract. He’s the right player for this team to lead us to where we want to be.
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“I think the locker room knows that, the organization knows that. I think the fan base knows that. So, it’s ongoing. But I can’t think of a situation where we don’t think our best team is together. Lamar Jackson In the group in September.”
The deadline for Jackson to sign a long-term deal with Baltimore or sign an offer sheet from another team is July 17.