Breaking News
More () »

Odell Beckham Jr. selling 'I Still Can't Breathe' shirts benefiting Black Lives Matter

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is selling t-shirts that read 'I Still Can't Breathe' to benefit Black Lives Matter.

In the wake of George Floyd's death and the aftermath that has followed, Odell Beckham Jr. is continuing to make his voice heard.

Last week, the Cleveland Browns star wide receiver unveiled a new t-shirt paying tribute to Floyd, who died while being arrested by police officers in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. The front of the t-shirt reads "I Still Can't Breathe" -- a call back to the words Floyd cried out as a police officer pressed his knee over his neck. The back, meanwhile reads "No justice, no peace," along with a logo of a pair of hands holding the globe.

Retailing for $25, Beckham's t-shirt can be purchased at EndThisTogether.com. All of the proceeds will benefit Black Lives Matter, the organized movement dedicated to non-violent civil disobedience in protest to police brutality.

"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 writes on the site selling the t-shirt. "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."

On June 4, Beckham and Browns teammate Jarvis Landry each appeared in a video featuring several NFL stars demanding action from the NFL on racial injustice.

RELATED: Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield: 'I absolutely am' going to kneel during national anthem

RELATED: Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski encouraging players to 'get in the arena' when it comes to social justice

RELATED: #SayHerName brings awareness to Breonna Taylor case

RELATED: Cuyahoga County Board of Health doctor offers powerful statement on racism: 'Silence and inaction are not options'

RELATED: Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry among players demanding action from NFL on racial injustice

Paid Advertisement