Unfortunately for the Cleveland Browns, it appears Odell Beckham Jr. is making more noise for his off-field distractions than his production on it.
Beckham generated a few headlines for wearing an expensive watch during the first few games. Now, the All-Pro wideout is dealing with a fine for violating the NFL's policy on uniforms and equipment.
Two weeks ago, the former first-round pick wore pants that did not cover his knees. He's been fined $14,037 for doing so.
Once Beckham received the fine letter from the NFL, the talented wide receiver posted it on Instagram.
Beckham took exception with the fine, criticizing the league for penalizing him for his shorts not being long enough.
Check it out:
Earlier in the season, Beckham said the NFL is going out of its way to punish him. Obviously that hasn't been proven, but it's pretty clear he's outspoken about it.
Cleveland is going to need Beckham focused for this weekend's game against the New England Patriots.
The Browns are coming off their bye week and are in desperate need of a statement win. In the event the team suffers another loss, the locker room could unravel.
As for Beckham, he could quickly change the narrative surrounding him with an impressive performance against the defending champions.