I'm glad he didn't use his hands to catch the ball during the game. Go on, punch some more walls. What are you going to do next, trash the airplane taking back to New York?
The Packers have a new addition to their visiting locker room thanks to Odell Beckham Jr. He punched a hole in the wall after the Giants lost and the hole apparently is still there. A broken hand will go over really well in the Pro Bowl – that is if Odell isn’t shirtless somewhere pounding margaritas.
Read more at deadspin.
Odell Beckham was banging head against locker room door, per Sal Pal. Also believed to have punched this hole in pic.twitter.com/dOpRJyremD
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