Having already signed Allen Lazard to boost their receiving group as they try to work out a trade for Aaron Rodgers, the New York Jets appear to be emerging as a serious landing spot for Odell Beckham Jr.

Appearing on Get Up, ESPN's Jeff Darlington said Beckham and the Jets both want a deal to happen:

"Just because you see this wide receiver room continuing to shift does not mean that they are done work. We should very much consider Odell Beckham Jr. still on the table as an option for the New York Jets. In fact, we can go even further to say that both sides would still like to see this done. Financials still in the way of actually finalizing this thing, but I still think that Odell Beckham Jr. will wind up with the New York Jets."

The Jets may have taken a significant step toward being able to satisfy the Green Bay Packers' demands in a potential trade for Rodgers on Wednesday.

Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, New York traded Elijah Moore and the No. 74 pick in the 2023 NFL draft to the Cleveland Browns for pick No. 42 in this year's draft.