Baker Mayfield's wife upset over question about Freddie Kitchens' t-shirt

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Following the Browns' 20-13 loss to the Steelers on Sunday, Baker Mayfield's wife called out Cleveland beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot over a question regarding head coach Freddie Kitchens' "Pittsburgh Started It" T-shirt, in response to the November 14 brawl between the two teams.

After Sunday's 20-13 victory over the Browns, the Steelers presented the game ball to none other than center Maurkice Pouncey, per Diana Russini of ESPN.

The war of words between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns extended to their wardrobes on Sunday. Kitchens commented on it, saying he'd wear it again.

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"I thought it was pretty stupid", Steelers guard David DeCastro said after the game.

The Browns first-year head coach made headlines by sporting a "Pittsburgh Started It" T-shirt. "It got a little numb, took some medicine and went back out there so we'll see".

What do you think of Wilkinson's response? He was 18-of-32 for 196 yards, a touchdown and an interception while being sacked five times as the Browns fell to 5-7 on the season. "It's just not smart".

"I wore a T-shirt", Kitchens told reporters. The result was an indefinite suspension for the Browns' defensive star, a couple more player bans and hundreds of thousands of dollars of fines. While it may have just been a T-shirt, Kitchens should have listened to his own advice and known better as someone in his position than to give a rival extra incentive - especially considering the historical struggles the Browns have had with the Steelers.

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