UPDATED 9/9 at 1:22 p.m. ET: Odell Beckham Jr.'s Richard Millie might cost him more than the $350,000 he paid for the watch.

According to ESPN, the NFL will be speaking to OBJ about his watch ahead of the Browns' upcoming game against the New York Jets. It's unclear if Beckham broke any rules, but NFL spokesman Michael Signora does explain there are regulations that ban certain "hard objects."

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If you've been keeping track of Odell Beckham Jr.’s offseason moves, you may have noticed he's been getting a lot of run out of the Richard Mille RM 11-03 McLaren Flyback Chronograph watch that clocks in upwards of $350,000.

The watch, which features an orange band that matches the primary color used by Beckham’s new team, the Cleveland Browns, has been on his wrist everywhere he goes. He had it on the cover of the NFL Preview 2019 issue of Sports Illustrated.  

Beckham rocked the watch when he attended this year's ESPYs. 

These are suitable occasions for someone to wear the price of a whole house on their wrist, but Beckham has been pushing the limits by wearing it while warming up, as seen in the photo up top. Earlier today, OBJ flexed harder than anyone in recent memory by wearing that extravagant timepiece during the Browns' Week 1 game against the Titans. 

All respect to Rafael Nadal, who wore a $725,000 Richard Mille when he won the French Open last year, but football is a contact sport, which increases the likelihood of this expensive investment breaking at any moment. Upon discovering OBJ casually wearing the six-figure timepiece, people couldn't help but respect his courageous move.