The New York Giants were given a “short list” of acceptable trade destinations by wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. prior to Tuesday’s move, but they had previously been unknown.

No more.

After the Giants shipped Beckham to the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday night, his list of approved teams suddenly became public. And while the Browns were an obvious choice, the two others may not have been.

Beckham, who is close friends with linebacker Von Miller, had given the thumbs up to a potential Denver Broncos trade.

That, of course, is not all that interesting.

However, in addition to the Browns, where he’ll reunited with friend Jarvis Landry and play alongside good buddy Baker Mayfield, Beckham had also given the green light to a Dallas trade.

Yes, seriously.

Beckham had approved a trade to the Dallas Cowboys so that he could play with quarterback Dak Prescott and, as you might expect, make the Giants pay dearly twice a year.

The Giants and general manager Dave Gettleman would never approve of moving Beckham within the NFC East, but the fact that Dallas was on the short list provides a little insight into Beckham’s thinking.

What the superstar receiver will say in coming days will dominate league attention, and you can guarantee he’ll be asked about this. The question is, will Beckham throw the Giants and quarterback Eli Manning under the bus?