Bill Belichik never shied away from the blockbuster during his stay in the New England Patriots, and there is a chance that a decorated head coach might be in the store for another.
Although there is currently no word, if giants are actively buying Odell Beckham Jr., patriots can very well be players in the OBJ tournament if New York goes from a star-shaped receiver. Jake Glazer (FOX Sports) believes giants will sell Beckham this off season, and the new England is reportedly "aggressively" trying to make the last off season, hoping to give a three-time selection of Pro Bowl to Foxboro.
Skip Bayless also hopes that eventually Beckham gets into the Patriots form, and FOX Sports 1
At first glance, Bailey's deal may break as one-sided. In the end, Beckham was 26 years old in November and, of course, is one of the best matches in the game. But let's keep in mind the two top-level WRs – Branden Cook and Amari Cooper – were disassembled in one first round in the last calendar year, and it is reported that Pittsburgh Stills compensation is avid in the potential trade of Antonio Brown.
In addition, Beckham's full contract is friendly to the team, which is likely to make the Patriots comfortable by taking on a high salary hit for the 2019 season. And, as Beylews notes, Beckham's addition will undoubtedly help New England make most of their last season with Tom Brady under the center.
Yes, this hypothetical deal is a "long blow", as Baileys admits. But in the NFL there were strange things, so you would be stupid to completely exclude it.
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