If the Cavs win it all and Randall has to pay up, he'd be shelling out over $77 million. If they manage to pull off the upset, those who were bold enough to place a bet on the Cavs at +650 will be looking at a nice payday. and those who retweet Cleveland Browns defensive back Damarious Randall will be receiving a new jersey. Randall - the Browns' new free safety, acquired from the Green Bay Packers in an offseason trade - stirred up the hornet's nest that is Cleveland fandom by blatantly rooting for the Warriors, to the point of nearly taunting Cleveland fans on Twitter.
With the message getting retweeted more than 787,000 times, Randall could be on the hook for in excess of $78 million in jersey purchases, which Jackson believes will be an important lesson for the team to learn about posting on social media. That tweet has become immensely popular.
Randall, a native of Pensacola, Florida, took quite a bit of heat from Cavs fans for this earlier post.
"Do I get a trophy for that?" he asked.
BEREA, Ohio- Damarious Randall responded to his now-viral tweet on Wednesday.
"I didn't think people [would] actually view that as a serious tweet from me", Randall said.
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"I definitely didn't think the Cleveland fan base would go this insane about it", Randall said, via ESPN's Pat McManamon.
Want your voice heard? On Monday night, the former Arizona State Sun Devils talent sent out an invitational post to his followers on Twitter.
When one person replied, "Zero percent chance he delivers", Randall retweeted and commented, "100% chance".
It's one thing to underestimate the city of Cleveland as a fan base.
It now has more than 770,000 retweets. Randall is scheduled to make $1,514,418 this year in salary and bonuses and $9,069,000 next year, according to the contract tracking website Spotrac.com.