Beckham Jr. queries reports on contract demands but wants 'more than $4m'

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Odell Beckham Jr. has denied reports he wants a $20million-per-year deal, but also indicated he has received an offer of just $4m.

Twelve teams attended when Beckham held a private workout last week in Arizona, but he remains unsigned after the initial flurry of free agency activity.

Beckham has been available since leaving the Los Angeles Rams, with whom he tore his anterior cruciate ligament during the team's Super Bowl triumph at the end of the 2021 season.

After sitting out last season as he recovered, several reports had suggested the 30-year-old was looking for a deal of $20m annually, but Beckham took to Twitter to suggest that was inaccurate.

The former New York Giants and Cleveland Browns wide receiver wrote: "I'm just so confused where the quote is from me that said I want 20... all I'm sayin [sic] is four AIN'T enough".

Beckham has reportedly attracted interest from the Dallas Cowboys, the Buffalo Bills, the Kansas City Chiefs and the New York Jets.

There were suggestions he is one of the players Aaron Rodgers asked the Jets to acquire if the Green Bay Packers quarterback moves to New York. Though Rodgers denied making such a wish list, he added that any QB would want to play with Beckham.

Beckham has 56 receiving touchdowns in 96 career NFL appearances and was rated as the top wideout available on the open market when the offseason began.