Saints appear to be a stop on Odell Beckham's tour

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Last regular season, the Browns finally parted ways with Odell Beckham Jr., freeing him up to sign wherever he wanted. The New Orleans Saints were in it until the very end but ultimately, OBJ ended up signing with the Rams and went on to win a Super Bowl with Los Angeles in their home stadium.

Unfortunately for Beckham, he was injured in that game and that kept him from signing with a team during the offseason. Now that he's healthier, however, the former first-round pick in 2014 is making the rounds when it comes to where he'll sign next and the Saints appear to be on the list of stops.

Per Alaina Getzenberg, Von Miller mentioned that he speaks with OBJ and mentioned the Saints as a team where the wide receiver would be visiting in the near future.

Could Odell Beckham sign with the Saints?

Beckham is from New Orleans and attended Isidore Newman before taking his talents to LSU for college. The Giants spent a first-round pick on him and then he was traded to Cleveland a few years later. The New Orleans ties work in the Saints' favor but last year, despite desperately needing him, OBJ probably didn't sign with them due to their quarterback situation.

Now, however, the Saints aren't stacked at the quarterback position but they have better options than Trevor Siemian and Ian Book. OBJ might also not be looked at as much in this offense considering that the team did add other receivers in the offseason, most notably OBJ's former LSU and Browns teammate, Jarvis Landry.

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No one would complain if Beckham signed with the black and gold but it'd be a bit of an eyebrow-raising move if he did.