Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens was pictured on social media Friday wearing a "Pittsburgh started it" T-shirt, likely a reference to the indefinite suspension for star defensive end Myles Garrett, who ripped the helmet of Steelers QB Mason Rudolph and hit him in the head with it.
GV Art & Design, which sells the shirt, was among those posting the image of Kitchens wearing the shirt while posing for a photo with another man.
The Browns rushed to confirm that Kitchens' shirt was indeed real and a gag gift from his family for his birthday.
Garret was fined $250,000 for the attack, and $732,422 in fines to 33 players and both organizations were handed out over the incident.
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The Steelers and Browns meet at 1 p.m. Sunday at Heinz Field in a rematch of the divisional showdown that ended with a brawl a few weeks ago in Cleveland.
ESPN reports a Cleveland spokesperson told Adam Schefter the shirt was gifted to Kitchens by his daughter "as a joke" and that he wore it to the movies.
Freddie Kitchens' wardrobe unintentionally added a little more fire to the already heated Browns-Steelers rivalry. Kitchens did not intend for anyone to see it and realizes it's not a good look.
And the one game in which he did play in that span, the 21-7 loss November 14 in Cleveland, he made only five carries before aggravating the shoulder injury and exiting.