Let the Odell Beckham Jr. watch commence.

The free agent wide receiver will visit the Dallas Cowboys, his third team in the last week, on Monday and Tuesday at The Star in Frisco, Texas, where he will undergo a physical and meet with ownership, coaches and players. He is scheduled to meet with the team's leadership council, a group of 11 Cowboys players from varying position groups, on Tuesday.

"I normally would say that anytime you can create an affirmative commitment, a belief, I think that's good stuff, yes," owner and general manager Jerry Jones said. "In a business that has a lot of psychology to it, I think that's the case. I don't think it's necessary for us to have success with this team and in the playoffs, but it would be a positive. I want this to work. I want it to work. But that means I'm going to be trying to make it work. So I'm going to be looking for reasons to do, not reasons not to do."

The first part of the visit is to check on Beckham's health. He suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in Super Bowl LVI. While he is believed to be healthy, he has not worked out for either the New York Giants or Buffalo Bills. Jones would not get into what the Cowboys would ask of Beckham.

"We want to certainly see something that gives us every opportunity to have a big year this year with him," Jones said.