Before Odell Beckham Jr. chose to sign with the Los Angeles Rams, the Green Bay Packers were among the teams in final contention to land the three-time Pro Bowl receiver.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told reporters after Sunday's win over the Seattle Seahawks that he understood the team's salary-cap situation would've made it difficult to sign Beckham.

"I think that we are obviously limited with our salary-cap situation," Rodgers said. "I'm not sure what he ended up signing for, but I've been friends with Odell for a long time and have so much respect for his talent and his ability, and I wish him the absolute best in L.A.

"I think there was a lot of conversations around bringing him in, and for whatever reason it just wasn't the right fit. But I feel good about the fact that we were in the mix."