4 former LA Rams players looking for revenge in 2023

The Rams let go of a few notable names in recent years, and they'll want revenge against their former team
LA Rams, Odell Beckham Jr.
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Odell Beckham Jr., WR

By now, we know the story of Odell Beckham Jr. A year and a half ago, Beckham suffered a torn ACL in that Rams' Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. He then proceeded to spend last season out of football, getting healthy and awaiting the right opportunity.

This spring, Beckham found that opportunity with the Baltimore Ravens. That Baltimore team is certainly on the upswing, having extended Lamar Jackson and hired Todd Monken to revolutionize their offense, allowing Jackson to pass more frequently.

Beckham should see plenty of opportunities in Baltimore now, and he'll get the chance for revenge against Los Angeles in Week 14 as the Ravens host the Rams. By then, the playoff picture will have come into much clearer focus for both of these teams, assuming the Rams can stay competitive that deep into the season.

Now, when it comes to the word "revenge," that might not be the perfect word to use here. But, the Rams did allow Beckham to leave and didn't pursue him after the fact. So, take that for what it's worth.