Odell Beckham Jr. wore a $350,000 watch on the field Sunday when the Cleveland Browns faced the Tennessee Titans, according to CNN.
Photos captured Beckham wearing the six-figure watch.
Odell is playing with a Richard Mille on.— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) September 8, 2019
“That’s a Richard Mille RM 011 Orange Storm Men’s Watch. MAAAAAAAAAN....quarter mill on his wrist,” one fan tweeted.
That's a Richard Mille RM 011 Orange Storm Men's Watch. MAAAAAAAAAN....quarter mill on his wrist https://t.co/lxjWR1140A— Cabbie Richards (@Cabbie) September 8, 2019
“So yeah, Beckham was out there playing with six figures on his wrist,” according to “For The Win.”
Of course, things didn’t end well for Beckham and the Browns. The team lost to the Tennessee Titans, 43-13.
Beckham was sort of breaking the NFL’s rules by wearing the watch, according to NJ.com.
“That’s not allowed, of course. Not because of the watch’s value, but because the watch is a hard object. And the NFL understandably prohibits players from wearing hard objects on the field. The league doesn’t have a rule against wearing jewelry. Just hard objects.”
But, per the NFL Network, the league “will address” the watch’s use with the Browns and Beckham. And “that’s likely as far as it goes.”