When Odell Beckham was cut loose by the Cleveland Browns and cleared waivers, the Green Bay Packers were reportedly his top landing spot. While he eventually decided to join the Los Angeles Rams, Beckham’s good friend, Aaron Rodgers, said on The Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday that there was interest from the Packers, and that the two had some good conversations leading up to his decision. According to Rodgers, Beckham’s choice ultimately came down to “fit.”
Beckham played his first game with the Rams on Monday night, and it was a flop. Not only did the Rams get blown out by the San Francisco 49ers, 31-10, but Beckham wasn’t a major part of the offense, as he caught two of three targets for just 18 yards.
While the former Pro Bowl wideout didn’t have much time to prepare for his first game as a Ram, some are questioning his fit in L.A. and how he will affect the offense. Rodgers said he would “definitely reserve judgement” when it comes to Beckham’s first game with his new team.
“I wouldn’t judge one performance,” said Rodgers. “He obviously had some plays that he felt good about, but he wasn’t playing most of the fourth quarter when they…