Jerry Jones had a "positive meeting" with free agent Odell Beckham Jr
Odell Beckham Jr's move to the Dallas Cowboys is a step closer with team owner Jerry Jones admitting he held a "good meeting" with the free agent on Thursday.
The 30-year-old wide receiver has been heavily linked with the Cowboys along with the New York Giants.
Jones said after Thursday's 28-20 win over the Giants that he had spoken to Beckham, albeit by phone rather than an in-person visit.
"We had a good visit today, that's it," Jones told reporters. "I don't have a timeframe there."
Beckham has not played since last season's Super Bowl triumph with the Los Angeles Rams, where he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Jones conceded it was unclear if Beckham would be available to play this season, with the Cowboys' latest win improving their record to 8-3.
"We'll see. We'll have to see," Jones said. "I haven't gotten the benefit of his rehab work and where he is."
The Cowboys have not won the Super Bowl since winning three in four years from 1992 to 1995, when they traded for Charles Haley and Deoin Sanders during that era.
"I don't want to make comparisons but Odell could help us," Jones said. "I believe that right now. Now, we've got to make it fit and that's the challenge here."
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