Englewood, CA – The future of the Los Angeles Rams Odell Beckham Jr. He suffered a left knee injury in a 3-minute non-playing game, 50 seconds left in the second quarter of Super Bowl LVI Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals and hasn’t come back.
Beckham was running towards the right side of the field on a crossing road, but it looked as if his left foot got stuck in the grass. He dropped a pass from the midfielder Matthew Stafford He caught his left leg as he fell on the grass.
The Rams’ offensive struggled after losing Beckham, before Stafford eventually engineered a winning campaign in the fourth quarter with a 23-20 win for Los Angeles.
Beckham took off his helmet on the ground and was quickly looked at by the coaches on the field before helping him. He was checked briefly in the medical tent on the sidelines of rams before heading to the locker room.
It was listed as questionable for a comeback at halftime. With less than five minutes left in the third quarter, Rams officially cut Beckham.
Beckham, who was signed by the Rams after being released by the Cleveland Browns mid-season, had a reception for 52 yards. He scored his first touchdown in Los Angeles when he beat Mike Hilton In the right corner of the end zone for a score of 17 yards.
According to ESPN Stats & Information Research, Stafford was 2 of 6 for 25 yards and an interception in the first half after Beckham was injured. He started 10 of 12 for 140 yards and two touchdowns, one for Beckham.
After a slow start to his career at the Rams, Beckham made the post-season run. In three NFC playoffs, he had 19 goals in 23 goals for 236 yards and touchdowns, by 31 yards. It was second only to cooper cup In receptions and squares.
Beckham tore left ACL in 2020 while with Brown. It’s set to become an unrestricted free agent next month.
ESPN staff writer Brady Henderson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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