Add Todd Gurley to the list of players who want Odell Beckham Jr. on their team.
The returning Los Angeles Rams told the Los Angeles Times that he would like to have New Orleans quarterback dynamic Jared Goff
"If we had him, man, that would be great," Gurley said of the report. "I would be happy, Goff will be happy, Coach (Sean) McVay will be happy, (Owner Stan) Kroenke, the whole team would be."
The report refers to a New York Daily News report that Beckham said: a few "ram players he wants". When asked if Beckham expressed an interest in Gurley, Gurley smiled, the report said.
"That's my boy," he said.
Speculation about Beckham's future with the New York Giants grew when team owner John Mara told the owners Sunday that no one on the trading market was "untouchable."
A report from the NFL network said Beckham was considering working off-seasons until he was granted a contract extension. Beckham, a four-year veteran and NFL Draft pick of the first round in 201
Gurley is not the first player to openly vouch for Beckham. Jarvis Landry, a former LSU team-mate from Beckham, tweeted his request for Beckham to join him with the Cleveland Browns.
These approaches are not unlike what tyrant Mathieu experienced before joining the Houston Texans, the difference being that Mathieu – another former LSU football player – was a freelance agent after the Arizona Cardinals released him.