1. Miami Dolphins
How could the top choice not be the Dolphins? Does everybody remember where that party boat was stationed? Miami. The Dolphins also have a long, illustrious history of paying players a ton of money, ranging from Dannell Ellerbe and Mike Wallace to Ndamukong Suh.
Miami has talked plenty this offseason about changing the culture, and this would obviously go against that notion. Still, the Dolphins lost Jarvis Landry this offseason, but acquired draft picks on his way to the Cleveland Browns. The front office could use some of that new-found capital to push for Beckham, who would be a beloved superstar on South Beach.
Finally, the Dolphins have to shake up the status quo. Ryan Tannehill is decent, but he comes with plenty of limitations. There have been rumors that Miami would like to draft Baker Mayfield in the first round, and should that happen, a pairing with Beckham would energize the fanbase in ways we haven’t seen since Don Shula and Dan Marino.
The Dolphins have limited cap space this year but with an extension, could lower the ’18 cap hit and pay going forward, especially if they draft a young quarterback and release Tannehill.