Dak Prescott seems to be fully open to the idea of the Dallas Cowboys signing Odell Beckham. Beckham, who sustained a torn ACL injury during the Super Bowl, is preparing to return. However, he has yet to decide where to continue his NFL career.
The Cowboys have been mentioned as one of the teams that Beckham has on list. “Any time you have a chance to add a talent like that and knowing Odell [Beckham], knowing his resume, it’s exciting. But understanding it’s also a business and I’m sure there’s 31 other teams that would like to add him as well," Prescott said, per Sports Illustrated
Prescott, Cedee Lamb & Micah Parsons want Beckham
Lamb, who became the Cowboys' wide receiver No 1 following the Amari Cooper departure, says he has no problem with the Cowboys potentially acquiring Beckham.
“Why wouldn’t you want to add more firepower to the offense? I feel like we had three No. 1 wide receivers my rookie year. Why not get back to that?” Lamb asked. Parsons, who has quickly become one of the best defensive players in the league, thinks a player like Beckham can instantly make the Cowboys' offense better.
"S---, we can use him. I think he's a great player. He'll expand this offense. He's a guy you want on the team beside all the other critics stuff that people make up and s--- about him. He can add real value to the team and help us do what we want to do.
If the guy on the market is talking about he wants to play, and he wants to win games, then s---, me too. I want to win it just as bad as you do. If you want to win games, come win games over here. Help us get to that bowl that you want. I want it," Parsons said. It remains to be seen if Beckham will decide to take his talents to Dallas.
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