CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens was spotted wearing a very popular t-shirt Friday night.
Following the brawl that occurred in the last eight seconds of the Browns-Steelers game a few weeks ago, GV Art + Apparel created a shirt that reads “Pittsburgh started it.”
Friday night, Kitchens was spotted wearing that shirt.
Oh man! This is absolutely amazing!! Freddie knows what’s up and is definitely “one of us”!— GV Art + Apparel (@GVartwork) November 30, 2019
RT if you can’t possibly get more pumped for Sunday!! Let’s go!! https://t.co/cGUWVT5gXd
A fan spotted Kitchens wearing the shirt, snapped a picture with him and posted it on social media where it has since been shared across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
According to ABC affiliate ESPN, Kitchens' daughters gave him the shirt "as a joke" and he wore it to see the movie "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” a Browns spokesman told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The spokesperson said Kitchens did not intend for anyone to see it and "understands it's not a good look."
GV Art + Apparel made the shirt to appeal to the fans who believe the brawl that resulted in the indefinite suspension of Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was instigated by the Steelers, and more specifically, quarterback Mason Rudolph.
The shirt is now available to buy online.