Odell Beckham Jr. said he tore his ACL last season well before Super Bowl LVI

While looking for a new team this fall, Odell Beckham Jr. is still rehabbing from the ruptured ACL he suffered last season. But contrary to popular belief, it appears that injury didn't occur during Super Bowl LVI.

On Saturday evening, Beckham posted a tweet claiming that he "truly played the complete back half of the season sans an ACL."

Beckham suffered a terrible non-contact knee injury late in the second quarter of the Los Angeles Rams' 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in February.

Then he had his knee operated on. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the procedure was presumably performed to correct what was thought to be a subpar ACL repair he had in 2020.

It's unclear for now, though, exactly when Beckham ruptured his ACL. His time in Los Angeles was even more amazing if he really did rupture it before signing with the Rams

In eight games with the Rams, Beckham amassed 305 receiving yards and five touchdowns. During their postseason run, he added another 288 receiving yards and two touchdowns

Now a free agent at age 29, Beckham. He will likely miss a few games this autumn as he recovers from his most recent surgery. While it is evident that the Rams want to keep him,

coach Sean McVay stated in May that they "without a doubt want to get Odell back here." However, it doesn't seem as though much movement has been made on such a trade.