Odell Beckham Seems To Be Done With Rams

October 12th, 2022

Whittles wish list down?

With the Bucs signaling to fans the team isn’t overly concerned if Julio Jones plays in the regular season so long as he can step on the field in January, Joe is paying close attention to the Odell Beckham sweepstakes.

The Bucs reportedly hosted Beckham for a visit recently. And we know Beckham and Bucs quarterback Tom Brady are close. You do the math.

Another team in the thick of the Beckham sweepstakes is the defending Super Bowl champs, the Rams. Well, they were in the sweepstakes. Beckham took to Twitter today and it seems he’s crossed the Rams off his list.

The Bucs haven’t had depth at receiver since headcase Antonio Brown went mental at MetLife Stadium and did his topless jumping jacks routine. Joe will go to his grave believing the Bucs’ chances of repeating as Super Bowl champs ran right out of the stadium right behind Brown.

Joe noticed a comment on this here site that aging, injury-prone receivers don’t win a team squat. OK, how many rings did the Bucs win with aging injury-prone Brown? How many rings did the Bucs get without Brown?

And please tell Joe how smooth the Bucs offense is without injury-prone, foot-rubbing Rob Gronkowski.

Watch this team take off with Beckham.

43 Responses to “Odell Beckham Seems To Be Done With Rams”

  1. WillieG Says:

    If the Bucs were to sign him to a 3 year deal, I’d be very happy because that would tell me Brady is staying.

  2. Joe Says:

    Good call WillieG!

  3. Bobby M. Says:

    His track record with teams relative to his talent tells me he’s more of a problem than he’s worth. Rams made an offer to appease the fan base but no way that organization goes bare minimum all of a sudden after applying the pedal to the metal in spending these last few yrs. The Giants traded him away, Cleveland moved on…now Rams are too. I think he’s too much of a diva to deal with behind the scenes.

  4. SPARKY Says:

    The problem is what does OBJ think is Anything.

  5. BucsBeBack (Artist formally known as: BringBucsBack) Says:

    OBJ is a talent if healthy in body & mind. However, while I hate the Rams , I don’t care for the unprofessional approach & content of his tweet. I also realize that this is the way of today’s impatient, self-absorbed, everything-now generation.

    If he is healthy, do it. The Bucs don’t seem to see their porous run defense as a big-enough issue to spend money there, so why not? Since we have offensive leaders, OBJ should fall in line.

    WWBD? (What Would Brady Do?)

  6. The Graham Tram Says:


  7. Leopold Stotch Says:

    Literally every teammate or anyone who knows him personally says he’s one the greatest human beings ever. I think he’s grown up a lot since the catch and the subsequent fame that he has gotten from it. The NY environment probably exacerbated the diva in him and much to my chagrin, Baker ain’t all that, it seems. He was absolutely having a day at the super bowl before he got hurt. The talent is there, and I think he just needs a good spot now. I’d absolutely welcome him fif he were to come to Tampa.

    Not sure if I mentioned it here, but I was very skeptical of the Julio signing. I said he was washed and just a name, however I did fall for the preseason hype, and now I’m disappointed with the result of what’s happened. Shoot at this point, I’d rather have Tyler Johnson back. So yeah, plus we have room for more letters with AB gone, so come on down OBJ.

  8. Goatfarmer Says:

    He’ll injure his volvo walking through airport security. Then pull a hammy while getting it treated. Cmon man.


  9. AbucAway Says:

    Nope.we aren’t going no where without Gronk. It’s the line that needs help and if anyone can move some bodies around and get people right mentally,it’s Gronk. OBJ would equate to another distraction

  10. Pewter Power Says:

    Nah if he’s signed by the Bucs you can expect him to pull a hamstring in his first walkthrough

  11. Redeemer Says:

    ObJ is the antythisis of Mike Evans, a true diva reciever. The Rams are leveraged to the hilt, so they probably can’t afford to commit long term. I think OBJ wants to finish his career with one last team. He’s always wanted to play with Brady. I’d do it simply because the bucs are desperate. If they can get him, and Gronk comes back, then you have a Superbowl contender.

  12. Letsbucinggo Says:


  13. Panhandle Buc Says:

    The mere fact of him NOT signing w/ GB would be reason enough to sign him here! He would def open up the playbook w/ splash playmaking ability and at the very least command attention from defenders which would open up so many more opportunities. Sign him…even though it pains me to say that. I want another SB run dammit!

  14. Daryl Green Says:

    Nice try Joe, I see u working. He’s going to the Bills.

    FULL 🛑

  15. fern Says:

    The bucs haven’t had depth at receiver?
    Must be watching the wrong team.

  16. Tony1775 Says:

    How far we have come with WR depth….. TE is bigger position offensively. Then defensive line. Falcons attacked JTS side running and he was rotated more on 3rd down passing plays in the game.

  17. SOEbuc Says:

    Make sure Gronk will NOT be willing to return, use the money for an OG to rotate or replace Goedeke. Certainly not another old banged up WR that is a cancer and will get injured and the Julio treatment his first week. OBJ is not AB Joe.

  18. AbucAway Says:

    Hey Joe, can we get a Gronk story? Anything, really. Just jonesing over here.

  19. firethecannons Says:

    I agree Beckham is on the field when he is paid unlike ghost julio who is a name only. our team should make this happen and get suh somehow cut the clowns that are already on IR like hicks and ghost julio

  20. Bellingham Bucs Fan Says:

    She would be sitting in the hottub right beside Julio within weeks.

  21. SB~LV Says:

    Too many toyboys and not enough football players.
    It seems everyone is thinking that the other star is going to make the difference.
    This is a very strange team chemistry and I think many of the ingredients have past their use by dates

  22. sasquatch Says:

    Winning the Superbowl is cool and everything, but the whole hired gun approach to winning is not nearly as satisfying as sticking with the guys you’ve drafted and developed, or FAs who have become part of the organization and culture. I mean, sure, if OBJ is healthy and focused on fitting on this team, go ahead, but I’d rather see Mike Evans be the hero for this team, because that’s what he has been.

  23. SB Says:

    Evans and Beckham were drafted in the same yr first rd. right?
    Evans has played in 126 games: Beckham played 96.
    Evans has 9,617 yards: Beckham has 7,367.
    Evans has 78 TDs: Beckham has 56.

    I can’t tell you how many fans I heard back then screaming that we didn’t draft OBJ. Hindsight is a Motherjoker.

  24. Jack Burton Mercer Says:

    Pass. On Beckham, not to him.

  25. Ash Says:

    Mike would always be the hero even if they sign obj. I have always been a fan of obj and would love for the bucs to sign him if they can.

  26. Hodad Says:

    Almost looking forward to the rebuild. Getting tired of the Bucs always looking for the next best has been to come in, and save the day. We got a player in Godwin who we didn’t play in the second half because of his surgically repaired knee, Jones who’s on the shelf after one game, and let’s add another older vet coming off knee surgery. What could go wrong. I guess we need a receiver for every quarter of play so they can make it to the end of the season.

  27. Tom in MadCity Says:

    Now we know one of the key motivators for OBJ-Money. Money talks, BS walks. Show him some love with the cash and a multi-year commitment. Cut Rudolph. Or Miller. Get creative with the cap if necessary.

  28. SB Says:

    Natron Says:
    October 11th, 2022 at 9:55 pm
    Tomlin is finally on the hotseat


    Are you frigging Kidding me right now? Did you Bump your head ?
    First losing season EVER in 15 yrs as a H.C. amassing a 155-89-2 record?????
    WTF Bro?

  29. BucsNoles Says:

    If Brady thinks it can work a deal will be offered
    Course he kinda signed off on Brown too

  30. chris l Says:

    we have better wide receivers than most. what we need is another person to run the ball well. we cant run at all and that burns us because it is always third downs and long.

  31. Nicky666 Says:

    I wouldn’t bring in OBJ simply because we already spent so much on Gage AND Julio – I saw enough good out of Scotty last week I have a feeling he will be fine and help us weather the storm of injuries – godwin looks good and so does Mike- its Gage and Julio one of those 2 needs to be available week to week in order to make the offense click – if we’re gonna spend any additional money we need to focus on the o line – I have a hunch that Jensen will be back at some point but we need to be prepared for the worst – it wouldn’t shock me to see another injury across the line – I’m confident I’ve seen enough out of what we have – we can win the division as currently constructed – but if we want the Super Bowl we need to make another move or 2 and bolster depth – I we lose Smith or Wirfs were toast. As always Go Bucs!!!

  32. SufferingSince76 Says:

    What happened to ‘we were loaded at WR’?

  33. Danbucsfan Says:

    Here is to all the armchair qb’s who were raving how deep BUCS were at wr lol if we sign OBJ he will be #3 regardless of health for Julio and Gage. We need him to put fear bk into defense, right now we don’t scare anyone

  34. unbelievable Says:

    I’m sorry but Antonio Brown is not injury-prone.

    He missed a total of 6 games his entire career due to injury, and 3 of those were back in 2012. He also missed 1 other game while in concussion protocol.

    Now let’s compare that to Julio…

    LOL @ Brown being injury prone.

  35. Goatfarmer Says:

    You guys are all forgetting about the best athlete on the team, the guy who other than Evans and Godwin (with a roster including Julio Jones and Russell Gage) runs the best routes , has great hands, and is always open! The greatest top secret weapon in the NFL – Jaelon Dardun! When you have a proven weapon like that, no need to look further. The coaches, the quarterback, and Jason Licht just haven’t seen it yet. The little feller is the next Tyreek Hill. Just ask his hyper panting fanboy friend with all the inside Bucs info. He’s got the Instachats to prove it!

  36. Kody Says:

    OBJ will just be another colossal waste of money like Julio Jones.

    Bucs have become the retirement home of the NFL. Guess it fits since they’re in Florida.

  37. Bob in valrico Says:

    “You can’t always get what you want, but you can try sometimes to get what you need.” Licht has already spent 16 million on Brown replacements.
    Right now a lot of people are wondering who will stop the Run. This a problem
    that is more pressing ,IMO.

  38. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    Sounds more like, the Rams are done with OBJ.

  39. Ed Says:

    Incentives, incentives, incentives. No guaranteed money. There are only a handful of Buc players that you watch and can tell they love playing the game because they love football.

  40. chark Says:

    can’t stand the guy..when the going gets tough he can be a distraction to the team…but if you can rent him…?

  41. Joe Says:

    I can’t tell you how many fans I heard back then screaming that we didn’t draft OBJ.


  42. ScottyMack Says:

    Again, a bunch of ill-informed fools that think the Bucs actually have any money left to sign anyone, let alone another aging receiver who has been injured more than he has played for the better part of the past five years, but still thinks he is worth top dollar.

  43. MadMax Says:

    He comes to play for free (basically) after rehabbing his knee
    His soul wont go to waste, because he knows his place
    Another Superbowl run adding to our guns
    Adding to his desire to be a man on fire
    With Brady, the pinpoint trigger, the Mastermind
    Odell Beckham Jr. will find he has no place to hide 🙂

    Come on down OBJ!!!!