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NY Jets news: Odell Beckham denies reports, Packers want a veteran WR

Reports have speculated that free-agent wide receive — and NY Jets target — Odell Beckham Jr. could be seeking a contract worth as much as $15 million per season. Beckham, however, was quick to shoot those reports down on Twitter.

Beckham replied to a tweet citing a report from ESPN’s Rich Cimini that suggested Beckham was looking for a one-year, $15 million contract, and the former All-Pro receiver wasn’t thrilled.

Beckham insisted that the report was inaccurate, the second such time he has refuted reports about his supposed asking price this offseason. It’s unclear exactly what Beckham is asking for, but according to the man himself, it isn’t as much as reports suggest.

The Jets continue to be one of the teams most heavily involved with the multi-time Pro Bowler, although a price point has reportedly been the holdup. The Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams remain involved as well.

April fools was yesterday no?I be so confused where all these reports and numbers are comin from 😂😂 “per source”

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Packers want to add a veteran wide receiver

Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur certainly expects his team to add to their wide receiver room this offseason. In particular, he’s hoping to add some veteran leadership to their roster.

LaFleur spoke about the Packers’ wide receiver needs at the NFL’s league meetings last week and was quoted saying, “I think some veteran leadership would be nice,” before citing the roles Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb played last year.

The Jets could certainly be of assistance to the Packers in their pursuit of a veteran wide receiver. Why not include Corey Davis in the eventual Aaron Rodgers trade?

While Robert Saleh has hinted at Davis having a role with the Jets in 2023, it seems much more likely that he’s still on the roster to be included in the Rodgers deal. The Packers clearly could use a player like him — LaFleur essentially admitted it.

Jets rejected Thursday Night Football proposal

The NFL has been pushing to allow Thursday Night Football flexing in 2023, but unfortunately for the league — and fortunately for the players — the proposal was shot down at the league meetings last week.

As it turns out, the Jets played a part in that decision.

The NFL came two votes short of approving the proposal, and the Jets were one of the teams that reportedly rejected the idea, along with the New York Giants, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, and Green Bay Packers, per Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer.

While the league expects to revisit the subject in May and will continue to push for approval, the Jets were one of the reasons it was denied last week.

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