Freddie Kitchens wears "Pittsburgh started it" t-shirt in public


Freddie Kitchens wears "Pittsburgh started it" t-shirt in public

Some Browns fans enjoyed seeing him wear the shirt and are "pumped" to get their own. His was simply one word, "Revenge".

The Cleveland Browns lead the Pittsburgh Steelers, 10-3, in the second quarter of Sunday's rematch.

Pittsburgh offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey is also banned having thrown punches and kicked Browns defensive end Garrett during the melee, and Cleveland have now confirmed Randall will not be involved either.

A Browns spokesman told ESPN the shirt was a gift from the coach's daughters and meant "as a joke", and that Kitchens wore the shirt while out with his family to go see the movie "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood".

Earlier on Friday, Kitchens told Kinkhabwala that he and his team had talked about the incident in Cleveland and "we've put it to bed", Kitchens said. Although Garrett said there had been a racial insult, the National Football League found no evidence of it and upheld an indefinite suspension that will last through this season (and postseason) and until Commissioner Roger Goodell lifts it.

Both Pouncey and Garrett are suspended for Sunday's game. Some players wore masks over their faces to hide their identity and one player arrived in a black mask wearing a Pouncey jersey, according to ESPN.

The Browns fell to 5-7 with the loss while Pittsburgh moved to 7-5 with a win that split the series between the teams for the 2019 season.

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