Odell Beckham Jr.'s wheels off the field now match his wheels on it ... 'cause he just copped a tricked-out Lamborghini Urus that's fast as hell!!!
TMZ Sports has learned the Cleveland Browns wideout went to Dreamwork Motorsports recently for yet another ride to add to his sick collection ... and they delivered him an insane Lambo truck.
The car shop personalized nearly every aspect of the ride ... ripping apart the vehicle head-to-toe and giving Odell a truly one-of-a-kind piece.
The guys put in blue Alcantara and leather all over the interior ... and added a sweet sound system along with a starlight headliner with 2,000 fiber optic stars in it.
On the exterior -- the shop wrapped the car in matte white while giving it black and blue accent pieces. The guys also souped up the engine ... giving the ride a staggering 900 horsepower!!!
The vehicle also has LED lighting in and under the car, Yoda door lights, and a fist symbol in place of the Lambo emblem on the car's front.
And, to top it off, all of it is sitting on customized 24-inch wheels.
Of course, this is far from OBJ's first sick ride ... he's copped a few others from Dream Works recently, including his famous orange Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Unsure what it all cost for the one-of-a-kind work ... but don't worry, we're sure Odell can afford it -- he's made over $70 million since his NFL debut in 2014.
3:21 PM PT -- The Raiders have just released a statement on Gruden's email ... calling the contents of it "disturbing and not what the Raiders stand for."
The team said it is currently investigating the situation and is in the process of "addressing the matter with Coach Gruden."
Jon Gruden says he's sorry for sending an email back in 2011 that contained racist language ... saying the comment he wrote was "horrible."
The email, according to the Wall Street Journal, was sent to Washington Football Team exec Bruce Allen ... and it contained a nasty remark about NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith.
"Dumboriss Smith has lips the size of michellin tires," Gruden wrote, according to the report.
The email was sent at a time when the NFLPA and the NFL owners were feuding over the league's collective bargaining agreement.
Gruden, who at the time was a broadcaster for ESPN, told the WSJ he didn't "specifically recall writing the email" -- but he added he was still "really sorry" for it.
"I was upset," 58-year-old Gruden said. "I used a horrible way of explaining it."
"I don't think he's dumb. I don't think he's a liar,” Gruden added. "I don't have a racial bone in my body, and I've proven that for 58 years."
Gruden went on to say he had, in the past, called liars "rubber lips" and went "too far" in his message about Smith to Allen.
What's interesting, NFL sources tell TMZ Sports the email was found by league investigators while they were conducting a probe into allegations of workplace misconduct in the Washington Football Team organization.
They added the league is currently investigating the matter.
Smith, meanwhile, told the WSJ he was disappointed to learn of the comments Gruden wrote behind his back ... explaining, "Racism like this comes from the fact that I'm at the same table as they are and they don't think someone who looks like me belongs."
"I'm sorry my family has to see something like this but I would rather they know. I will not let it define me."
The Raiders -- who hired Gruden away from ESPN to be their head coach in 2018 -- have yet to comment.
Originally Published -- 1:28 PM PT
The Heisman Trophy winner -- who played for Meyer at Florida from 2006-09 and briefly with the Jacksonville Jaguars this season -- addressed the incident on ESPN's "First Take" on Friday ... and it's clear he's distressed about it all.
Tebow says he gave advice to Urban in the days following the "very difficult week" ... suggesting he apologize, learn from and never repeat his actions.
"I know this is weighed so heavy on his heart and he is hurting," Tebow said.
"This is not something that I think anybody in his family takes slightly. This is a very serious situation, it's a very disappointing situation but I also know that coach isn't taking it lightly."
Tebow believes football can be a good outlet for Meyer to move past the situation and build up his reputation again ... adding it could help him escape the media "circus" that has been going on.
"I agree for some people they would need to take a timeout in a situation like this," he added.
"But for him, he just loves the game so much that he might be able to pour in a little bit into the game, into his team, into his coaching staff and at the same time, spend a lot of time with his family."
Tebow says Urban will work endlessly to earn his family's trust back and mend their relationship.
"I really believe at the bottom of my heart that coach loves Miss Shelley and his family so, so much and I've seen that for years and years and years. I think that this was a moment where he put himself in the wrong place and he was in the wrong state of mind and he had too much to drink and that led to bad decisions."
Urban has spoken publicly and behind closed doors with his team over the past week ... calling his actions "stupid."
Meyer's wife also quit social media after receiving hate from Internet trolls ... saying, "We all make mistakes -- we are all sinners."
Montana -- who was Brady's childhood idol -- recently spoke with USA Today, where he said he wouldn't be shocked if the seven-time Super Bowl champ played well beyond even 50 years old.
The reason?? Joe Cool says it's simple -- 44-year-old Tom rarely ever gets touched by defenses.
"He's hardly ever getting hit," Montana said. "So, he could play until maybe 60, I don't know."
"The way it is with the rules, he just doesn't take those big hits anymore," Montana added. "Yeah, he gets hit on occasion, but it's never one of those, '300 pounds compressing you into the ground.' They stopped that from being legal. They just don't do that anymore."
Brady has said recently he could probably play 'til the age of 50, but he's always maintained the goal -- for now -- is to just get to 45.
If anybody can squeeze another decade-plus out of his body, though, we're pretty sure it'd be Brady ... never bet against the G.O.A.T.
A lucky fan (or unlucky, if you're not down with talons gripping your head) just got an exclusive Seattle Seahawks experience -- when the team's mascot, an actual hawk, landed right on his dome during Thursday night's game.
The feathery moment happened when the Seahawks faced off against the Los Angeles Rams Thursday Night in Seattle.
At the end of the first quarter, Seahawks' mascot, Taima the Hawk -- who leads the team out of the tunnel -- decided to explore a bit instead of flying back to her handler.
And, ended up in the stands on top of someone's head!
It was all caught on the TV broadcast ... you see Taima landing on top of a Seahawks' fan, flapping her wings, trying to get a grip on the guys head (ouch).
The onlookers seem to be lovin' it (it's not their head a big hawk's standing on). Somehow, the fan stayed calm and collected the entire time ... and Taima eventually flew back to her handler.
This isn't the first time Taima has surprised a fan -- in 2014, she landed on another man's head right before her team took on the New York Giants.
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron made an eye-opening comment toward a prank caller on his radio show this week ... when he seemingly threatened to make the guy disappear -- and people are pissed.
Here's how it went down ... Coach O was taking calls from listeners on his weekly show on Wednesday, when one person asked the 60-year-old to wish his sister a happy birthday.
When Orgeron asked for more details about the fake birthday girl, the caller described her as "a little blonde-headed girl" ... and then dropped the line, "Try not to have sex with her," before getting cut off. That got O worked up.
While the hosts tried to brush it off and move on to the next topic, Orgeron wanted to address the heckler.
"You know, down the bayou, we got a nice little fishing hole for people like that," O said.
The phrase is a popular term in Louisiana (ask a local) ... and once Orgeron's comment started to spread around social media, it didn't take long for people to sound off on Twitter.
Some users are going as far as to say Orgeron should be fired for the comment.
"Coach O should be terminated immediately for cause because if this call," one user said. "He is the highest paid State employee and just threatened to kill a man. He is not mature enough for this job. I am formally calling for his termination"
"Should've called a timeout Coach ...," another user added.
It's awful timing for Coach O -- he's currently on the hot seat as the Tigers sit at 3-2 ... and if things don't change soon, it could be the end of his time in Baton Rouge.
Urban Meyer's wife is finally speaking out about her husband's infamous bar night ... saying in a social media post, "We all make mistakes - we are all sinners."
"If you think you aren't?" Shelley Meyer added. "Then cast the first stone."
Shelley issued the strong statement Thursday afternoon ... explaining she's quitting Twitter due to all the "hate, vitriol, slander" and "trash" she's received in the wake of Urban dancing with a blonde woman over the weekend.
"To my wonderful followers/friends: THANK YOU," Shelley wrote. "For your love, support, friendship, laughs - I will miss this most. I love you ALL and wish God's blessings on you. Thank you."
What's interesting ... Shelley made no note of standing by Urban or defending his actions -- though Urban did say earlier this week he was confident his 37-year marriage would survive.
In fact, Urban called the whole saga nothing more than a "speed bump" in their relationship.
The Jaguars head coach has apologized repeatedly for the incident and has vowed to grow from it.
10:22 AM PT -- Gilmore has found a new home -- the Patriots agreed to trade the star cornerback to the Carolina Panthers ... and the return is not great.
The news comes shortly after it was reported the Patriots had cut the 31-year-old ... but as it turns out, he's going back to his home state of South Carolina in exchange for a 2023 6th-round pick.
The move now sets up a homecoming for Gilmore ... but ya gotta think the Pats would have wanted more out of the deal.
The New England Patriots lost to Tom Brady ... and now, they've lost one of their best players too.
Just days after a crushing defeat to their ex-QB and the Buccaneers ... the Pats have cut Stephon Gilmore -- arguably the best player on their team.
Gilmore -- who hasn't been eligible to play the first few weeks of this season due to a quad injury -- had been squabbling with Pats brass over his contract ... and when it became clear a deal wouldn't get done, New England simply released him Wednesday.
Gilmore confirmed the news on his social media, penning an emotional farewell statement.
"It is with mixed emotions that I announce my goodbye to this great fan base," Gilmore said. "We enjoyed so much success together and you have been an incredible inspiration for my individual achievements."
Gilmore also thanked Robert Kraft and added, "Most of all I want to thank my teammates who lined up next to me every Sunday with one goal in mind. Those moments on and off the field will never be forgotten."
Gilmore joined the Pats in 2017 after a 5-year career in Buffalo and was an immediate impact player -- helping the team win one Super Bowl and earning Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2019.
The 31-year-old is expected to be coveted now that he's a free agent ... and rumors are already swirling that he could re-join Brady, his former New England teammate, in Tampa Bay.
Originally Published -- 5:50 AM PT
9:16 AM PT -- Urban Meyer just addressed a number of questions surrounding his recent controversy ... saying Jags leadership has been "over the top" supportive in the days following the incident going public ... and he has no plans to resign.
Meyer discussed his decision to stay in Ohio instead of going back to Jacksonville with the team after the Jags' loss to the Bengals ... saying he had prior approval from the team way in advance.
As for his relationship with his wife, Shelley, Meyer says he has an awesome marriage of 37 years and believes it's something they'll get past.
Urban is now putting his focus on the Tennessee Titans ... and says he'll do his best to help the team get ready and move on from the distraction.
Urban Meyer is still doing damage control -- the Jacksonville Jaguars coach addressed his controversial bar appearance in a full team meeting on Wednesday, where he reportedly showed "remorse and responsibility."
Meyer is on the hottest of seats after video surfaced of the coach cozying up with a young woman -- not his wife -- at an Ohio bar last weekend ... with Jaguars owner Shad Khan calling his actions straight-up "inexcusable."
The 0-4 coach reportedly brought up the whole crap storm in front of the entire team again just minutes ago ... where he said he only cares about two things -- his family and his players -- and he let both down.
"I embarrassed them both," coach said, according to NFL reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala.
No word on how the players and staff reacted to Urban's mea culpa, but reports claimed players didn't take his previous apologies too seriously earlier this week ... cracking up and laughing once Meyer left the locker room.
There are rumblings the distraction may not be worth it to a winless team looking to get its bearings ... but as of right now, Meyer's still the guy in Jacksonville.
Coach is set to meet with local reporters on Wednesday ... and we expect them to throw down the gauntlet.
Originally Published -- 6:55 AM PT
Just 1 day after Meyer apologized after video surfaced of him dancing with a woman -- who wasn't his wife -- Khan laid into the team's headman, essentially saying the coach is now on thin ice.
"What I will say is his conduct last weekend was inexcusable," Khan said, adding he did have a meeting with Meyer over it all.
"I appreciate Urban's remorse, which I believe is sincere. Now, he must regain our trust and respect."
Footage captured a blonde woman grinding on Meyer at an Ohio bar over the weekend ... and Meyer told reporters Monday he was sorry for it all.
In his talk with media members, the 57-year-old said he was "stupid" to put himself in that situation.
"I should not have myself in that kind of position," said Meyer, who's been married to his wife, Shelley, since 1986.
Khan added in his statement Tuesday he's "confident" Meyer will now learn and rebound from the situation.
The Jaguars, meanwhile, are slated to play next on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans in Jacksonville.
Victoria's Secret model Josephine Skriver doesn't need a Raiders win -- or clothes -- to have a good time ... 'cause the Las Vegas super fan is getting over her team's loss by posting some jaw-dropping pics!!
Of course, Skriver has been a diehard Raiders fan for years ... and has always showed serious love for her squad by posting plenty of hot shots decked in Silver and Black.
Monday night's game against the Chargers was no different ... with the 28-year-old Danish model posting a number of topless pics to help fans forget about the 28-14 loss.
"Win, lose or tie .. @raiders till I die ☠️🖤🏈," Josephine said on Instagram shortly afterwards.
Derek Carr and the Raiders weren't able to come back from a 21-0 deficit as Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler and the Bolts ran away with the home win (let's be honest, do you really care about that right now, though?)
It's a bummer for the Black Hole fanbase -- it's the first loss of Las Vegas' season -- but hey, at least Skriver's keeping spirits high.
Jon Gruden clearly ain't pleased with L.A.'s new $5.5 BILLION stadium ... bashing the state-of-the-art facility for its not-so weather-proof design and complicated visitors locker rooms after losing on Monday Night Football.
The Chargers vs. Raiders matchup was off to a delayed start due to a rare lightning storm in the City of Angels before kickoff ... with action paused 35 minutes before teams were able to take the field.
Gruden had a hard time wrapping his head around the delay -- considering SoFi Stadium is technically an indoor-outdoor building -- and says the whole fiasco had an impact on the game.
"I've never had an indoor stadium with a lightning delay," Gruden told reporters after the game.
"I’m not an engineer, I have no idea. I have never heard that. I thought it was a joke. But, it affected both teams."
Gruden wouldn't go as far as to say the delay led to the Raiders losing 28-14 to Justin Herbert and Co., adding, "It didn’t have anything to do with it."
But, Chucky's complaints didn't stop there -- Gruden also took issue with the set-up for the visiting team's locker room ... calling it "the most bizarre thing I've ever seen."
"I mean you can’t see anybody," he added. "It’s like a maze. So whoever contorted this visiting locker room, I’d like to meet this guy, see what his idea was."
FYI -- HKS, Inc. has worked on some of the most iconic stadiums in the NFL ... including the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium and Minnesota Vikings' U.S. Bank Stadium.
To compare, this is what the Chargers' locker room looks like.
Gruden's got his own shiny, new facility with Allegiant Stadium in Sin City ... and we take it he truly feels like there's no place like home.
The former WWE star and co-host of the "TMZ Sports" TV show on FS1 (airs nightly) said Monday he's been in talks with Gronk constantly since the Bucs TE was injured against the Rams on Sept. 26 -- and he raved over how the Bucs star is handling everything.
"His spirits are high," Rawley said. "If anything, he's probably a little bit more bored this week not being able to turn up and go full tilt."
"But, man, I'll tell you what, I don't care if he would have punctured both lungs, broke every rib in his body -- you can only keep that man down for only so long."
Rawley -- just like Tampa Bay themselves -- isn't sure when the 32-year-old will make his return to the field ... but he did make it clear, the injury is no threat whatsoever to ending Rob's career.
"It's going to take a lot more than that to stop Robbie G!" Mojo said.
That's got to be great news for Tom Brady ... 'cause in the first game without Gronk on Sunday against the Pats -- the star QB threw for just 269 yards and no TDs on 43 pass attempts.
"I'd say this is probably the sixth, or the ninth-most severe injury I've seen from Rob," Rawley said with a smile. "So, yeah, we're good. Don't worry about it."
Full show with Mojo airs tonight!
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley has a bone to pick with Bills Mafia ... calling out the diehard fan base for jeering at him during Sunday's home game for not getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
"Only place I get boo'd is at our home stadium," Beasley tweeted Monday. "Then some of the same people want me to take pictures and sign autographs. I thought bills fans were the best in the world? Where'd they go?"
FYI -- Highmark Stadium currently requires fans to have at least one shot of the COVID-19 vax in order to attend games.
The 32-year-old wideout has not gotten vaccinated against COVID-19 ... and seems to believe that he is being booed by the vaxxed fans at home as a result.
"If the vaccine works then why do vaxxed people need to be protected from unvaxxed? #letemin," Beasley added.
CB has been openly passionate about his decision to not get vaccinated, saying "I may die of COVID, but I'd rather die actually living."
A beat reporter for the Bills played devil's advocate and asked Beasley if the fans were actually chanting "Beaseeeeeeee?" ... to which Cole replied, "Some are. Then I got some right behind the bench yelling at me to get vaccinated and talking s***."
Bills fans have certainly had a lot to cheer about recently ... winning 3 straight games after dropping their Week 1 opener to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It doesn’t seem like this drama is going anywhere anytime soon ... that is, unless Beasley decides to get vaccinated.
But, the chances of that happening appear to be VERY slim.
In the meantime, soak in those boo-birds, Bease.
The NFL star got the custom spikes made by celeb shoe artist Mache -- and they're awesome, with one featuring an image of MacDonald from his famous "Celebrity Jeopardy!" skits on "Saturday Night Live."
The yellow and white shoes also had the quote, "Yeah that's right. It's a funny name" written next to a script "Turd Ferguson."
On the other shoe, Mache painted on, "Norm MacDonald 1959-2021."
Thielen is clearly a big fan of MacDonald's work ... but Mache tells TMZ Sports the NFL star is also hoping the cleats help encourage people to get tested for cancer.
Mache says Thielen is trying to help people catch the disease early, so they have a better chance of getting treatment and recovering.
In honor of the last episode airing today of Jeopardy! with the late, great Alex Trebek hosting, #ThielenFoundation is auctioning off my custom pre-game worn cleats done by the man @MACHE275. All proceeds will benefit @PanCAN in the fight to help find a cure! pic.twitter.com/zPuDUNZ4aj— Adam Thielen (@athielen19) January 8, 2021 @athielen19
Thielen eventually auctioned those spikes off for charity ... and safe to assume the MacDonald cleats will get similar treatment soon.
5:54 AM PT -- 10/4 -- Shortly after Tom Brady beat the Patriots ... he got some love from his ex-coach too, sharing an embrace on the field with Bill Belichick that lasted just a few quick seconds.
Broadcast cameras caught the brief hug ... one in which Bill appeared to say a few words to Tom. Brady's ex-offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, meanwhile, also came in for a long clinch and talk after the moment with Bill.
According to ESPN, Belichick later met with Brady in Tampa Bay's locker room after New England lost 19-17 ... staying and talking with TB12 for around 20 minutes.
Tom Brady and Robert Kraft clearly have no bad blood ... 'cause the Bucs quarterback and Patriots owner just shared a moment in the bowels of Gillette Stadium, hugging it out before the team's battle on Sunday Night Football.
TB12 will play his old team -- in New England -- for the first time since bolting for Tampa Bay before the start of last season.
Many football fans wondered what the interaction between Brady and Kraft and Bill Belichick would be like... would there be hard feelings or a warm reaction?
A few hours before kickoff, Tom and Robert met up in a back hallway, spoke briefly, and embraced each other before going their separate ways.
During the week leading up to tonight's game, Belichick -- who reportedly had tension with Brady during his last years in NE -- was extremely complimentary of the G.O.A.T.
Despite the reported beef, Brady seems happy to be back, posting about returning to Foxborough on social media earlier Sunday, saying ... "Good to be back"
Kraft previously said the Pats plan to honor Brady before what's become the most anticipated game of the 2021 NFL season.
Brady -- a 6th round draft pick of NE in 2000 -- played 20 seasons with the Patriots ... winning 3 NFL MVPs and 6 Super Bowls with Belichick and Kraft.
Originally Published -- 10/3 4:07 PM PT