Odell Beckham Jr. signs with Los Angeles Rams: How much money will he make with his new team in NFL 2021?

And it is a fact. Long before what the protagonist himself had projected, and a week after leaving Cleveland browns, the receptor Odell Beckham Jr. found a new team to play the remainder of the 2021 season in National Football League (NFL), as they are Los Angeles Rams.

A real surprise for the market, since it was assumed that there were three other teams in the lead to seek their signing, as they are Kansas city chiefs, New Orleans Saints and Green bay packers, but the player reaches a franchise that was reinforced to seek to reach the Super Bowl LVI.

The concrete thing is that Beckham Jr. comes to the Rams after playing just 29 games in three seasons with the Browns, where recorded 114 receptions for 1,586 yards and seven touchdowns, and although it is unknown when he will be able to redebute in NFL 2021, it is already known how much money he will receive.

How much money will OBJ make at LA Rams?

The person in charge of revealing the information was Ian Rapoport, chain insider NFL Network, who confirmed that by signing as a free agent, he will receive a total salary of $ 1.25 million, of which are divided as follows: $ 500 thousand bonus for signing the contract and $ 750 thousand as base salary.

Now, that amount could increase considerably, because there is a clause in the contract between Beckham Jr. and Rams, which indicates that, depending on the performance of both you and the team in the remainder of NFL 2021 and if they qualify for the Postseason, could receive incentives for $ 3 million.

So, adding and subtracting, OBJ could receive for a year of ties with the California franchise, a total close to $ 4.25 million, much less of the $ 18 million that he earned annually from his last contract, which he signed with New York Giants in 2018 for five seasons, before this year, Cleveland dissociated him.

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Odell Beckham Jr. signs with Los Angeles Rams: How much money will he make with his new team in NFL 2021?