The Dolphins have agreed to terms on a contract with wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., a source confirmed to ESPN, adding a veteran presence to a position group looking for a third option.

The source said it’s a one-year deal worth $3 million, with incentives that can push its max value to $8.25 million.

Beckham visited with the Dolphins in March, but the sides were unable to reach an agreement then. General manager Chris Grier said before the NFL draft that there was “nothing imminent” on a deal with the three-time Pro Bowler; despite taking two wide receivers in the draft, Grier didn’t downplay the possibility of signing Beckham after its conclusion.

“We always look at opportunities and work through it,” Grier said. “We’re always looking to add to the roster and have the most competitive roster we can to make the team better; as we’ve always talked, competition is what breeds excellence. For us, we’ll keep looking, like we’ve said, post-draft, like we’ve done here in the past. We’ll keep looking and talking to people and see what happens.”