Once again, the Cleveland Browns are in the news again, and it’s not for something good they accomplished on the field.
During the blowout against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, Odell Beckham Jr. was spotted seemingly yelling at head coach Freddie Kitchens on the sidelines.
After the game, Odell stated he was upset with the referees warning him, following his touchdown celebration, that one more personal foul would cause him to be removed from Cleveland’s 31-15.
“We were just talking,” Beckham said of the interaction.
“The refs making calls,” Beckham said. “Basically, they were warning me that if I had one more personal foul, then I would be out of the game, which I thought was pretty stupid. I got a personal foul for a celebration I’ve done all year. It’s not like a player was in front of me or anybody was. It was very unintentional. It is what it is.”
Many people thought it Beckham was letting Kitchens have it for his play call on a two-point attempt, which failed after backup tight end Ricky Seals-Jones dropped the ball in the middle of the fourth quarter.
“I think it was something dealing with one of their guys. It wasn’t the [2-point conversion] call,” Kitchens said. “I don’t think it was a big deal. There was some frustration on how they were treating him.”
With Sunday’s loss, the Browns were officially eliminated from playoff contention.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.