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

Ross Houston
December 1, 2019

For what it's worth, Kitchens has made it clear from the beginning that he feels Rudolph deserved more blame than he got for his part in the fight.

Fox News reports Instagram users were quick to criticize the video, pointing out the similarities to when then-Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cited by Pittsburgh police previous year for allegedly driving 100 mph just hours before a game.

The team announced Saturday that Randall will not make the trip to Pittsburgh due to a coaching decision.

Starting running back James Conner is also trending the wrong direction, as he's listed as doubtful with a shoulder injury.

Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who suffered a concussion against the Browns when he was hit helmet-to-helmet by Greedy Williams, was ruled out on Friday.

Other Steelers injury report news includes corner Artie Burns being listed as questionable with a knee injury.

Mason Rudolph is active for the Steelers but will back up rookie Devlin Hodges.

Those were the top takeaways from the Steelers' final injury report Friday in advance of the pivotal game Sunday against the Browns at Heinz Field.

Another Steelers player, Cam Sutton, wore a t-shirt with animated graphic depicting a Steelers player urinating on a Browns player on the ground.

The gesture isn't much, but it could add fuel to the fire for Pittsburgh fans and players on Sunday, especially after Browns fans were seen swinging a football helmet at a Mason Rudolph pinata before last weekend's game against Miami.

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