The rams are stocked at the receiver’s location with Cooper Cobb, Allen Robinson, Van Jefferson and Toto Atwell, among others. But Cobb said the team’s reception room is big enough for Odell Beckham’s return.
Cope, who has signed a three-year extension that will keep him in Los Angeles for the next five years for $110 million, talks to Beckham “a lot”.
“I want him back. I want him to be a part of the Los Angeles Rams,” Cobb told Matt Odelet of The Spun. “We’ll have him come watch the Super Bowl with us again. He was just a great teammate, he’s a great guy, and a great footballer. I learned a lot from him. I want him to come back so bad, but that’s something they work through.
“I’ll keep asking him, keep asking him what he’s like. Hopefully one of these days he’ll give me a thumbs up that he’s got something and that he’s coming back.”
Beckham is still a free agent.
Despite Beckham’s rupture in the AFC Champions League in the Super Bowl, and moves by the Rams into the center, the team has made it clear they want his comeback. Coach Sean McVeigh reiterated earlier this week that the Rams “would love” to see Beckham re-sign.
Beckham signed with the Rams last November and earned 27 passes for 305 yards with five touchdowns in the regular season in Los Angeles and added 23 receptions for 339 yards by three in the postseason.