Minnesota Vikings' Justin Jefferson, Cam Dantzler support Odell Beckham Jr. by wearing 'Free Odell' T-shirts in warmups

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Odell Beckham Jr. has the support of at least one team following his dramatic split from the Cleveland Browns last week.

Multiple Minnesota Vikings players, including standout wide receiver Justin Jefferson, wore "Free Odell" t-shirts during warmups prior to their game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

The Browns announced Friday they signed an agreement in which they will waive Beckham on Monday. Beckham's future in Cleveland became murky during the offseason and he requested a trade, but Cleveland held him through Tuesday's trade deadline.

That morning, his father, Odell Beckham Sr., posted a video to Instagram showing his son open and criticized quarterback Baker Mayfield's play. He was excused from practice the next two days before the team and his representatives worked out the parameters of his release Friday, and the papers were signed Saturday.

Like Beckham, Jefferson is a former LSU Tigers receiver. Another Vikings player from Louisiana, Cam Dantzler -- who grew up with Beckham, per NFL Network -- wore the "Free Odell" shirt.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson jogs on the field during pre-game warmups while wearing a Free Odell t-shirt.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson jogs on the field during pre-game warmups while wearing a Free Odell t-shirt.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Odell Beckham Jr.: Vikings players wear 'Free Odell' pregame shirts