When New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. gets going, there aren’t many in the NFL who can keep up with him.

The ex-LSU speedster has shown off some impressive speed so far in 2016, including a 61-yard touchdown last weekend that saw him reach a top speed of 21.85 miles per hour.

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, on the other hand, has been clocked at speeds of 27.8 miles per hour (though he doesn’t wear full pads when he competes).

That led to OBJ proposing an offseason training regimen with the world’s fastest man:

If Bolt accepts Beckham’s training offer, NFL defenses should be very scared. Beckham is already one of the league’s fastest players — any additional quickness would just be unfair.

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