Odell Beckham continues to gain popularity in Cleveland, especially with the commuters.
The 26-year-old wide receiver pulled over his car over the weekend while driving in the Cleveland area to sign a fan's license plate. The fan saw Odell with his crew driving on the highway and told him that she had his name on the license plate of their car.
She then asked the NFL star to sign her plate, and she obliged.
The act of kindness comes just days after OBJ gave his previously-worn cleats to a young fan who was watching practice.
The young fan, named Evan Hayes, was surprised to get the cleats from Odell.
Reporter Rachel L. Hill talked to Evan after he got the swag and he told her to thank Beckham and that "he made my whole year!!"
Beckham is coming off a 2018 season where he posted 77 receptions for 1,052 yards and six touchdowns as a member of the New York Giants.
The All-Pro athlete has had his share of drama with the NFL over the years, but he's about to be the top target for a talented Browns offense.
Late in July, it was revealed that Beckham would be gracing the cover of GQ as part of an in-depth dive into his personality, his journey to the NFL, and his much-publicized departure from the New York Giants. The purpose was to provide a true glimpse into the man instead of focusing only on his football career or the exploits on the sidelines.
"I didn't know that getting to that level — or being on the level, like, where a LeBron is at — that I would have to deal with certain things," Beckham said to writer Mark Anthony Green. "People ask me what advice I would give, and I'm just like: 'Be careful what you ask for.' Like I said, I wouldn't change anything for the world, but I wish the world would have more love than hate in it.'' he told the magazine.