Peter King floated a report on his latest edition of "Monday Morning Quarterback" stating the Philadelphia Eagles are looking up to move up from No. 22 in the first round to select LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Beckham was asked about the scenario.
"I don't really pay it any mind," Beckham told CSNPhilly.com. "It's almost like playing poker. You've got people bluffing and doing things like that. I keep the blinders and stay forward."
Beckham is not just a wide receiver but a capable special teams performer as well with the ability to return kickoffs and punts. He would also be a replacement for three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who was recently released.
What's Beckham's take on potentially playing for the Eagles?
"It's a versatile offense," Beckham told CSNPhilly.com. "You're running concepts, but to an extent you're getting the ball in the hands of your playmakers. It's quick, fast. It's spreading it around. It's fast-paced and that gives a lot of teams problems."
Beckham, who set a program single-season record for all-purpose yardage, is sure not lacking for confidence.
"I would definitely say I am one of the most versatile in this class," Beckham told CSNPhilly.com "Whether it's playing baseball, basketball, soccer, returning punts, kicking field goals, punt it. Doesn't matter to me. I've been doing that since I was 3 years old."