Browns Cut Jermaine Whitehead After He Threatened Fans, Media Member (TWEETS)

The Browns cut defensive back Jermaine Whitehead after offensive tweets

The Browns cut defensive back Jermaine Whitehead after offensive tweets

Shortly after the Browns' 24-19 loss to the Broncos in Denver on Sunday, Whitehead went on Twitter and lashed out at several accounts that were critical of his play and Cleveland's performance as a whole. Whitehead played the game with a broken hand and at one point, Denver tight end Noah Fant easily broke through his attempt to tackle on his way to scoring a touchdown.

Twitter suspended Whitehead's account and the team released a statement after it became aware of his postings.

In response, Whitehead tweeted to Fox, "Come get it in blood. made ass lil boy".

Browns safety Jermaine Whitehead probably needed more than the standard 10-minute cooling off period. It was so severe that the Browns had to put out a statement that they did not condone his postgame actions. 'They line it up and say anything in the book too you. A member of the Browns' public relations team separated him from the media in the locker room after the game, and Whitehead did not speak to reporters, Jackson said.

Whitehead's social media posts Sunday night caught the attention of the Browns, and a spokesperson called them "highly unacceptable" and "inappropriate." . "This matter will be further addressed internally".

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One of those youngsters, Mason Mount, is relishing the pressure that comes with mixing it with Europe's elite. "I said at the start that this group would be tight because all the teams could take points off each other".

"Whatever happens happens. [I'm not] tripping". They probably gone still talk insane but this me getting smoke off my chest.

One user told Whitehead "you aren't about the smoke" and he replied, "80 Lou Groza Blvd let me know if you'd like to find out". "Keep ya head up homie". "I dare 'em to try".

Whitehead joined the National Football League in 2015 and played for the Green Bay Packers from 2016 to 2018.

The Browns (2-6) have lost four games and first-year coach Freddie Kitchens is facing heavy criticism.

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