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When news broke that the Kansas City Chiefs and star tight end Travis Kelce had agreed to a restructured contract that freed up several millions of dollars in cap space for the team, it was clear that the Chiefs were planning some sort of move to bolster their roster. Now, Kelce is making it very clear what he wants that move to be.

During an appearance on his New Heights podcast, Travis Kelce revealed that he hopes his team signs one player in particular: former All-Pro receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

“It’s a start to a move, right? Like, you’re freeing up cap space to be able to do something… I want [the OBJ rumors] to come true. I have not heard anything in the locker room or anything around the facility… but I think something’s in the air, for sure, and if it means OBJ, alright.”

Beckham hasn’t played in the NFL since injuring his knee in the Los Angels Rams‘ Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals last year. Beckham became a free agent during the offseason and has yet to sign with a new team.

Over the past month, Beckham has visited the New York Giants, though the Los Angeles Rams were rumored to be the favorite to sign him before he denied those rumors.

[New Heights]