Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU star Odell Beckham Jr. has reportedly signed the richest shoe deal in NFL history Tuesday, according to the multiple reports.

The current New York Giants star wide receiver signed with Nike after the company matched Adidas' offer on Tuesday. Per Bleacher Report:
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According to Nick DePaula of Nice Kicks, Nike's 10-day window to match adidas' offer to the Giants star ended Tuesday. Nike matched it and kept Beckham aboard with a five-year deal thought to be worth more than $29 million, per DePaula.

Art Stapleton of The Record reported incentives could push the deal to eight years, $48 million.

DePaula cited multiple brand sources who said Beckham didn't require a signature cleat in negotiations but stressed he wanted to be a "brand icon" for Nike.
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XGLDNBAND85 months
I'm all for capitalism, but that's just silly! For shoes?
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BCMCubs85 months
Think how many dudes he'll get with that kinda money
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Lsu10120585 months
Insecure about something?
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TheUnderDog85 months
Hes right you know
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Sid in Lakeshore85 months
Is there something wrong with that? I hope he is happy. Good luck to him and much future success.
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USEyourCURDS85 months
You'd think it would be a glove deal.
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Hangit85 months
Good for him. Odd partying habits aside, he has worked his arse off to succeed.
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diat15085 months
when you are a young black superstar that just signed a large shoe deal... here comes the white womens.
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mailman85 months
hahahha
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saint tiger22585 months
Congrats to Odell...It's crazy to see that the richest NFL shoe deal has nothing on the richest NBA shoe deal. Hell, they have some BS NBA shoe deals worth more than that. Anyways, congrats to Odell and I hope they put out something in purple and gold.
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Mouthulcer85 months
That's where cities like New York have an unfair advantage in free agency and such. Nobody is giving a Saints player that kind of cash to wear shoes.
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GreatLakesTiger2485 months
Life ain't fair skippy
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tigerpawl85 months
And his playing ability had nothing - repeat... nothing - to do with it.
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Lsu10120585 months
Id buy some purple and gold OBJ Nikes day 1.
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