A cryptic tweet fuels speculation that the Seahawks will be the landing spot for the star wide out.

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A cryptic tweet fuels speculation that the Seahawks will be the landing spot for the star wide out.

Odell Beckham Jr.’s time with the Cleveland Browns is rumored to be coming to an end, fueling rumors that the Seattle Seahawks could be a possible landing destination if the star receiver is released.

Russell Wilson’s company West 2 East Empire’s chief creative officer, Daniel Mogg, shared a photo of the quarterback with Beckham as speculation over the receiver’s future with the Browns heats up. Wilson’s popular DangerTalk podcast has Mogg as a co-host.

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November 3, 2021 — Daniel Mogg (@djmogg)

On November 3, NFL Network’s Mike Silver tweeted, “Earlier today, Browns coach Kevin Stefanski told his players that Odell Beckham Jr. is virtually not on the team right now and that the WR has been advised to stay at home.”

According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns have excused Beckham from practice for the next two days after failing to complete a deal by the deadline.

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Only a few teams have cap space to add OBJ, and the Seahawks are one of them.

Although it’s unclear whether the Browns will release Beckham, the Seahawks are one of the few teams with adequate cap space to sign him. If Beckham is claimed, the team will be responsible for the remaining $14.5 million of his salary for this season, as well as the remainder of his five-year, $90 million contract, which runs through 2023. The Seahawks are one of nine clubs that could sign Beckham without having to restructure any of their current contracts, according to Bern Buchmasser of SB Nation.

“According to Over The Cap, only 9 teams have enough cap space right now to fit OBJ in without any follow-up moves/restructures: Jaguars ($28 million), Eagles ($21 million), Broncos ($15.5 million), Seahawks ($13.4 million), Panthers ($11.8 million), Football Team ($11.1 million), Steelers ($10.8 million), Bengals ($9.7 million),” Buchmasser tweeted.

In the Waiver Claim Order, the Seahawks are ranked 10th.

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