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The Dallas Cowboys are still interested in Odell Beckham Jr. although the terms and conditions of the contract will heed to be ironed out. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images


  • The Dallas Cowboys are working on a contract that would be amicable to them and Odell Beckham Jr.
  • The concern continues to grow on Beckham's progress from an ACL injury
  • Jerry Jones is not closing the doors on possibly signing Beckham

Odell Beckham Jr. remains a free agent with multiple NFL teams still hesitant on signing the three-time Pro Bowler.

The apparent reason behind this is his recovery from an ACL injury, something he sustained with the Los Angeles Rams in the last Super Bowl.

It appears that this is something that has been a cause for concern for the 30-year-old wide receiver.

Multiple NFL teams have been linked to Beckham, particularly the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills and New York Giants.

According to Josina Anderson of CBS Sports, the Cowboys remain open to adding the 2014 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

However, any possibility of that happening will require a different approach.

The Cowboys and the camp of Beckham reportedly held talks on Monday, December 12, trying to find common ground on basic terms and timing.

She also added how Beckham is focusing on his training while at the same time figuring out the best option and value for him moving forward.

Beckham continues to rehab from his ACL injury, something that has raised questions on whether he would be able to return to NFL action this season.

Dallas is keeping tabs on this, wary that he may not be able to return to action by mid-January according to Ed Werder of ESPN reported.

When healthy, there is no doubt that Beckham is someone that any NFL team could put to good use.

Before he went down with an ACL injury with the Rams, the Louisiana native had 21 catches for 288 yards and two scores in the playoffs.

Moreover, it should be noted that the Cowboys have already added TY Hilton to fill their wide receiver needs. A four-time Pro Bowl winner, Hilton had 23 catches for 331 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games last year.

While most see this as potentially closing the door on a Beckham coming, Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones clarified that this is not the case when he spoke to "105.3 The Fan."

Conscious that he may be good with Hilton, Jones stressed he is not ruling out the possibility of enlisting Beckham.

However, the executive is fully aware that the wide receiver is not ready to play right now.

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Odell Beckham Jr. continues to wait where he may continue his NFL career. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images