Heat for tweet: Browns' Randall amazed by jersey posting


Randall took to Twitter and stated that he would purchase a jersey for anyone who retweets his tweet and the Cavaliers do the impossible and beat the Warriors.

Randall, who the Browns acquired in a trade with Green Bay in March, is a fan of Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors.

Cleveland Browns safety Damarious Randall may have to dig deep into his wallet if the Cleveland Cavaliers win the National Basketball Association championship. When someone replied that there is "zero chance" he delivers, Randall replied by writing there's a "100 percent" chance he comes through.

As of this posting, Randall now owes 163,000 people a jersey if the Cavaliers win the NBA Finals.

"I definitely didn't think the Cleveland fanbase would go this insane about it", Randall continued.

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The number presently sits at just under 850,000 and only figures to go up from here. Official jerseys go for roughly $100, so Randall would be looking at a bill of over $82 million. "Obviously, it was a joke, but just to know how passionate this fan base is, I mean, it's just really encouraging".

Randall's tweet picked up steam fast, going from 30 thousand retweets to well over 100k in mere hours. Given that Randall is set to earn just under $1.1 million next year, we sense a lot of Cavs fans are going to be disappointed when he can't fulfill his promise. Like I said, I think it was all done in fun. It's simply because I would love a free jersey. "But I think he found out that, hey look, in this city it's about the Cavaliers and LeBron James".

"I thought that was tremendous", Jackson said.

"I'm glad the Cavs made it to the finals so I can watch Curry light that [expletive] up Game 3 & 4", he wrote.