Browns' Damarious Randall on the hook for millions if Cavs win Finals

Damarious Randall sits courtside at a Pelicans-Blazers playoff game. Layne Murdoch/NBAE/Getty Images

Browns safety Damarious Randall may have to dig deep into his wallet if the Cavaliers win the NBA championship. Randall has promised everyone on Twitter who retweeted the following that he will buy a jersey for them -- if Cleveland beats the Golden State Warriors in the Finals.

The number of tweets has been growing fast. Tuesday morning, there were roughly 72,000, but as of early Wednesday morning, the number rose to over 600,000. At an average cost of $99.99 on the NFL Shop, he has committed to more than $60 million in jerseys.

Randall's promise was born out of his apparent support for Stephen Curry and the Warriors. 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 Golden State, to the point of almost taunting Cleveland fans on Twitter.

Though some fans understood Randall has no obligation to root for the Cleveland teams, others were not pleased.

One fan responded to the jersey post by saying "Zero chance he delivers." To which Randall responded:

Randall, who grew up in Pensacola, Florida, did tweet that LeBron James deserved the MVP award, and that he would have pulled for the Cavs if Houston had won the Western Conference finals. Now Randall's evidently going to have courtside seats for two NBA Finals games while cheering for Curry.