Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens created headlines leading up to his team's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers when he chose to wear a T-shirt that read "Pittsburgh Started It", and naturally the shirt was a topic of discussion following Cleveland's 20-13 loss.
The 5-7 Browns have another AFC North showdown on Sunday as they'll face a Bengals team looking for its second win of the season after beating the Jets on Sunday.
The Browns lost because they were thoroughly outcoached, outclassed, outworked and outhustled.
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So, just to be clear, it. Browns coach Freddie Kitchens was spotted in a "Pittsburgh started it" t-shirt this weekend. Kitchens said the Steelers were motivated by more than just a shirt. He was placed in concussion protocol earlier this week after he reported to the team's facility displaying signs of a head injury.
"I wore a T-shirt", Kitchens told reporters.
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Despite all that, Kitchens had no regrets about wearing the shirt.
"I know we wore ("Free Pouncey") shirts, and we care about our guy". And I put a t-shirt on, I covered it with a jacket and I took a picture with a fan.
"I don't really have a comment on that", Mayfield said.
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As for what Baltimore safety Earl Thomas thinks of that? The San Francisco 49ers shut down one elusive quarterback during Week 12. It was also the first time the Ravens trailed since the second quarter of their game at Seattle on October 20.
The Browns issued a statement to NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala that Kitchens' daughters presented him with the shirt on Friday, which was his birthday, as a joke and that the coach wore it while with his family to see a movie. "I've done much worse".