CLEVELAND — The Pittsburgh Steelers are denying reports that Cleveland fans wearing Myles Garrett jerseys will not be allowed into Heinz Field.
The rumor mill started on Tuesday when Pittsburgh radio station 93.7 The Fan tweeted a story stating that the Steelers were considering banning fans wearing the jersey from entering the stadium.
Steelers communication director Burt Lauten tweeted that the story was untrue.
A source close to the situation (me) confirmed these reports are absolutely false. https://t.co/dSaRGzwMgN— Burt Lauten (@SteelersPRBurt) November 26, 2019
So go ahead Browns fans, wear your Garrett jerseys and "Pittsburgh Started It" shirts. But also remember, you are representing your team and your city.