Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens seen wearing 'Pittsburgh started it' T-shirt

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Thanks to Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens, those emotions will probably be running even higher. Myles Garrett of the Browns and Mason Rudolph got into it.

Pittsburgh will be without its top receiver for Sunday's rematch with the Cleveland Browns. The shirt references the brawl at the conclusion of the Browns/Steelers game in Week 11, which resulted in 33 players being fined and three players suspended.

Steelers cornerback Cam Sutton took it a step further - and much lower - wearing a sweatshirt with a graphic depicting a Steelers player urinating on a Browns player down on the ground.

Safety Damarious Randall will not play against the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a "coach's decision", the Cleveland Browns have announced.

Kitchens said he didn't expect anyone in public to see it and told ESPN he "understands it's not a good look".

Several Steelers wore provocative shirts of their own.

"I think it's going to be absolutely insane and intense".

David Aaro is a Freelance Reporter at Fox News Digital based in New York City.

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