Odell Beckham Jr. apparently isn’t done making waves in and around the NFL.

After a season away, OBJ is looking to make a comeback splash in free agency. Playing for the Rams, the wide receiver missed the entire 2022 season after tearing his ACL in Super Bowl LVI. But, it appears the money needs to be right for Beckham to sign.

Previous details emerged that had OBJ calling for a $20 million dollar a year contract. On Saturday, the wide receiver commented that he wasn’t asking for $20 million, but also noted that $4 million a year wasn’t enough. Beckham has reportedly been in discussions with several different teams.

Beckham is perhaps best remembered for his 5 seasons with the New York Giants, where he holds multiple franchise records, including most receiving yards in a season by a rookie, most consecutive games with at least 10 receptions, and highest average receiving yards per game in a season.

Prior to his professional career, OBJ was a standout wide receiver at LSU, where he played 3 seasons beginning in 2011. Beckham was a first and second-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) selection, and a 2013 Paul Hornung most versatile player award winner.