Beckham is wearing an “I Still Can’t Breathe” T-shirt in some of the shots and sans shirt in others.
The Browns receiver is selling the T-shirts to benefit Black Lives Matter. Beckham is donating 100 percent of the proceeds of the $25 T-shirts to the BLM organization.
The back of the shirt reads: “No Justice, No Peace” and features a globe held up by a pair of hands.
“Like many other people around the world, I was heartbroken and extremely disturbed when I saw the video of George Floyd being murdered by police officers,” Beckham wrote on t-shirt site. “In an effort to do something to help the cause of ending police brutality, I wanted to help promote a T-shirt that sends a message that we demand justice for George Floyd and an end to police brutality. 100% of all profits from this shirt will be donated to the Black Lives Matter organization. I support nonviolent protests and demands for justice.”
Beckham appeared, along with 17 other NFL players, in a video calling for more action from the NFL. The video prompted NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to answer a day later with his own video.
Odell Beckham Jr. selling “I Still Can’t Breathe” shirts originally appeared on Pro Football Talk