Odell Beckham Jr. Plans To Keep Wearing $190k Watch In Games

Tanya Simon
September 11, 2019

The watch retails for approximately $190,000.

Broussard says it's got to be unnerving as Browns fans that Beckham, who isn't even sponsored by Richard Mille, and who has no affiliation with the watch brand unlike Nadal, Mickelson, and Watson, was going out of his way THAT much to try and look "cool" for social media, when he should be focuses more on football. And ... was he even allowed to wear the watch?

The wide receiver wore the estimated $350,000 Richard Mille timepiece in his Cleveland Browns debut on Sunday, and it caught the attention of National Football League officials, who were expected to discuss the matter with Beckham.

Beckham said Tuesday that he intends to keep wearing the expensive watch he had on during Sunday's season opener against the Tennessee Titans.

Beckham vented on Twitter Monday evening: 'If it ain't one thing.it's another'.

Odell Beckham Jr. Plans To Keep Wearing $190k Watch In Games

Beckham explained why he is not breaking league rules by wearing his watch during games.

The league spoke to the Browns, but to this point Beckham said he has not been contacted. The watch is plastic.

The watch seemingly violates a rule prohibiting "hard objects", although donning jewelry during games is not prohibited. 'People have knee braces on that are hard and made out of metal. C'mon, if you see him wearing this in practice, you have to tell him to take the watch off. A company representative emailed the Washington Post saying Beckham purchased the orange RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph McLaren for $189,500 (U.S.) at a Richard Mille boutique.

The 26-year-old said he's been singled out for attention.

Beckham caught seven passes for 71 yards in his Cleveland debut, but the Browns were blown out 43-13.

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