Playing the Field: Odell Beckham Jr. rumored to be dating Khloe Kardashian

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He's not Odell Beckham Jr.

Lamar Odom for almost four years before filing for divorce in 2013 and dated Houston Rockets guard James Harden as recently as February of this year.

But now it seems she's trading in hoops for the pigskin. If recent reports are to be believed, Kardashian has been casually dating football savant Odell Beckham Jr. "for months" now, and perhaps is ready to finally go public with the relationship. The two have been spotted dancing, kissing, and spending time together in recent events at 1 OAK club in Las Vegas and at Drake's Memorial Day weekend private party in Los Angeles.

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There still remains some bit of mystery as to the status of Khloe's previous romantic relationships, however. She rescinded her divorce papers after Odom was found unconscious and in a coma last October, presumably to be by his side and help make important health decisions for him as doctors worked to save his life. Now that Odom has recovered, though, Khloe has again filed for divorce from him and is expected to have the agreement finalized before the end of the year.

Her situation with James Harden also remains a bit murky, as the two were seen together just 11 days ago partying at a club in Los Angeles.

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