Another cryptic Odell Beckham Jr. tweet could make him Packers bound

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Is a recent Odell Beckham Jr. tweet a sign he wants to play with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers?

While the Green Bay Packers were playing against the New England Patriots in Week 4, a certain free-agent wide receiver was watching closely.

Three-time Pro Bowler Odell Beckham Jr. took to Twitter to praise reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers.

The Packers could still benefit from the addition of a top receiver like Beckham. Would a move make sense for both Beckham and the Packers?

Beckham initially tweeted about how easy Rodgers makes it look, and he then followed it up with a tweet about the possibility of catching passes from the four-time MVP.

Odell Beckham Jr. tweets a sign he wants to play for Packers?

Beckham should have plenty of options when he is cleared to return from injury. He tore his ACL in the Super Bowl but made an impact for the Los Angeles Rams throughout their postseason run. He caught a touchdown in the Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals before getting hurt.

Averaging just 18.8 points over the first four games, offense has been difficult for the Packers this season.

Things should improve as rookie receivers Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson gain more experience, while Rodgers still has trusted targets Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb to throw to.

But Beckham showed last season he is still a game-changer.

He caught five touchdowns in eight regular season games for the Rams, then came to life in the playoffs, making 21 receptions for 288 yards and a touchdown in a little over three games.

Without Beckham, the Rams may not have gone all the way last season.

There’s no doubt he could make a huge impact for the Packers’ offense and, based on his tweets, it sure seems he would enjoy the prospect of catching passes from an all-time great like Rodgers.

A reunion with the Rams may make the most sense for Beckham, but if I were Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst, I’d be on the phone and willing to do whatever it takes to bring OBJ to Green Bay.

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