Odell Beckham Jr. escorted off plane after reportedly 'coming in and out of consciousness' before flight

Free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was kicked off a plane Sunday after the flight crew reportedly observed him "coming in and out of consciousness," according to Miami-Dade police.

The crew feared Beckham was seriously ill after trying to wake him to put on his seatbelt. The crew feared Beckham's condition would worsen during the flight, and called for police and a fire crew. Beckham reportedly would not leave the flight when asked by the crew, leading to the entire plane being evacuated. Beckham left the plane without incident when police arrived, per the statement.

American Airlines also released a statement, saying a passenger was removed from the flight for refusing to put on his seat belt and listen to the flight crew. The American Airlines statement does not mention Beckham's name.

The flight was reportedly going from Miami to Los Angeles, but was taken off the plane before it departed.

Early Sunday, Beckham sent out multiple cryptic tweets suggesting something out of the ordinary happened to him.

He did not go into detail about what happened. Multiple videos from the airport appear to show Beckham walking through the terminal with police.

Beckham was not detained or cited for the incident, per NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

Beckham is still a free agent after sustaining an ACL injury in the Super Bowl. Beckham is drawing interest from a number of teams, including the Dallas Cowboys. Beckham was expected to visit with teams during the week. It's unclear whether Sunday's incident, or a possible Beckham illness, will prevent him from making those visits.