5 NFL offseason signings that have already failed

The NFL season is only one week old but there are already some players who signed new contracts during the offseason that have not panned out.
5 offseason signings that have already failed
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4. Odell Beckham Jr., Baltimore Ravens — 1 year, $18 million

Beckham missed all of 2022 with an injury and has shown an inability to stay on the field. The two seasons prior, he played a combined 21 games, averaging 3.2 catches pregame for 41 yards per game. Definitely not numbers deserving of the mini-bidding war that teams partook in to try and earn his services.

While the Baltimore Ravens did not make a long-term commitment, agreeing on just a one-year deal, it was for $18 million. The idea was for him to become the number one receiver on the team and a reliable target for quarterback Lamar Jackson. In his first game, he was only targeted three times, and hauled in two receptions for 37 yards.