With his future in Cleveland uncertain, Odell Beckham Jr. would view the Jets as an "ideal landing spot" if the Browns trade him, reports Kristian Dyer of Sports Illustrated.
The source Dyer spoke with said Beckham isn't actively seeking a trade, but that a return to New York would be "welcomed" by him.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported on Dec. 12 -- when the possibility of Beckham wanting out of Cleveland first arose -- that Beckham would "not be afraid of a return to New York." Vacchiano also listed the Packers, Vikings, and Rams among potential suitors for Beckham.
In his first season with the Browns after being traded by the Giants, the 27-year-old Beckham hauled in 74 catches for 1,035 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games.
Beckham is set to enter the second year of a five-year deal worth $77 million.
The Jets, who are in dire need of a receiver (and especially a No. 1 receiver) are facing uncertainty at the position with Robby Anderson a free agent and the future of Quincy Enunwa in doubt due to a neck injury.
Whether GM Joe Douglas would pounce if Beckham is out there remains to be seen, but it would be incredibly tempting.