NFL teams looking to acquire a Pro Bowl wide receiver need to look no further than the New York Giants. According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, the G-Men are "officially open to fielding offers" for Odell Beckham Jr. 

According to Leonard, "The price in a prospective Beckham trade is starting at a first-round pick plus. The 'plus' is the negotiable part, but the meaning is that it likely won't require two first-round picks to get it done." Leonard notes that trading Beckham is not the team's "preferred course of action," but "there absolutely is a significant possibility that Beckham could be on another NFL team this coming season because of the dynamics at play."

Beckham, 25, is reportedly prepared to hold out if he and the Giants, or any team, are unable to agree to a new contract extension before next season. As it stands, he's set to make around $8.5 million during the 2018 season as part of his fifth-year option. 

Giants owner John Mara recently told reporters that he's tired of answering questions about Beckham's behavior and that no player is "untouchable" in a trade, which only sparked rumors that the star WR could be on his way out.

There are plenty of teams that would be interested in adding a wide receiver of Beckham's caliber, including the Los Angeles Rams who are reportedly pursuing a trade with the Giants, according to the Daily News.