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The free-agent wide receiver decided to reflect on the campaign in a post on Saturday and revealed that he played the second half of the season without an injured knee.

Beckham tore his knee in the 2020 season as a member of the Cleveland Browns and had to have it repaired before he could play again.

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Krazy thought … really played the whole back half of the season without an acl, and won a super bowl! God doesn’t misss, i swea

Ian Rapoport said that Beckham's knee surgery didn't go as planned.

When he tore his knee, he had surgery. It didn't seem like it went as planned. I don't think the Rams would have given Beckham a long-term deal if they had known that his knee was not 100 percent healthy.

Beckham had a decent 2021 season even if he didn't have a lot of anACL after surgery.

He caught 17 passes for 232 yards on 34 targets in the first month of the season. He was later released by the franchise and signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams, joining a receiver group that included Cooper Kupp, Van Jefferson, Tu Tu Atwell and Robert Woods.

Beckham caught 27 passes for 301 yards and five touchdown in eight regular-season games in L.A. He caught 21 passes for 288 yards and two touchdown in the playoffs.

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Beckham tore theACL in his knee again during the Super Bowl, putting his future in doubt. Rapoport said that Beckham's second knee surgery went better than the first.

There's a little bit of relief from everyone because now it can get fixed right after he tore his knee again. He's going to have an extended career because of the surgery he had last year.

If Rapoport is to be believed, Beckham could have one of his best seasons in years if his latest surgery went well.

Les Snead, the general manager of L.A., said that the franchise wanted the free agent to stay.

Snead said in March that it was more complex because of the injury. It is expected to be the same as last year, but different. We want him to be a part of the Rams when he's ready.