Browns' Freddie Kitchens Ridiculed by Steelers for T-Shirt After Loss


Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens created headlines leading up to his team's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers when he made a decision 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.

"Lotta jaw jackin' on the other side", guard Ramon Foster observed after Sunday's 20-13 victory at Heinz Field.

Kitchens was seen prior to the game wearing a shirt that blamed the Steelers for inciting a brawl that led to Browns defensive end Myles Garrett removing Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph helmet's and hitting him over the head with it. Kitchen's shirt read, "Pittsburgh Started It".

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield left the game just before halftime on Sunday.

"I know we wore ("Free Pouncey") shirts, and we care about our guy".

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The opportunistic Pittsburgh Clothing Co. chose to jump on the opportunity with a shirt trolling the Browns and their head coach.

"I thought it was pretty stupid", Steelers offensive lineman David DeCastro said, via Brooke Pryor of ESPN.

It was a hard-fought contest against their division rival, but the Steelers ultimately emerged victorious over the Browns in Pittsburgh. So, one has to question Freddie Kitchens' wardrobe choice: A "Pittsburgh started it" T-shirt that found its way to Instagram and, of course, went viral. Emily Wilkinson has been Mayfield's ride or die for a while now and after the Brown recent loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, she took to Twitter to give a reporter a piece of her mind. One player, wearing a black mask, arrived wearing a Pouncey jersey.

"Listen, the t-shirt didn't have anything to do with us..."

Kitchens said after the game he would wear the T-shirt again. "I've done much worse".