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The Cowboys are going to meet with Beckham on December 5.
The New York Giants will look at the situation after Thursday's game with the Cowboys and figure out a time to meet with him.
The Cowboys have expressed a greater interest in Beckham than any other team, according to a report. The Giants, Chiefs, Bills, and 49ers were also in the race.
Both Dallas and New York were reported to be on Beckham's schedule.
Jerry Jones said he wanted to meet with the star wideout but didn't know when it would happen.
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The teams were two games behind the first-place Philadelphia Eagles going into the 12th week of the season. Dallas would claim a head-to-head tiebreak if it came out on top.
Beckham was offered the chance to bring his career full circle by the Giants, after he began his football career in New York. Both sides atoning for a messy break up is a part of the story.
The Cowboys can provide a better supporting cast. According to Football Outsiders, Mike McCarthy's squad ranks second in overall efficiency, and the quarterback is better than the one before him.
The personal meetings that both teams have with the 30-year-old will be crucial.