Freddie Kitchens and Browns Respond to Myles Garrett Accusing Mason Rudolph of Using Racial Slur

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It will have been a week tonight since Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet, leading to Garrett being indefinitely suspended.

However, the story has taken a twist, as Garrett accused Randolph of using a racial slur before the fight took place during his appeal.

Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens was asked about that allegation when he spoke to the media, but he didn't have much to say.

That makes sense. But one of his teammates has to know if a racial slur was said, right? According to fellow defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson, this was the first time he heard about it.

Maybe quarterback Baker Mayfield heard something? He's the leader of the team, right? Well, he "seemed pretty stunned" when he was asked the question, and it's the first he's hearing about it too.

Even though Browns safety Damarious Randall believed there was more to the story, he hadn't heard anything about the allegation either.

Same goes for Browns linebacker Joe Schobert...

..and Jarvis Landry:

However, OBJ did support Garrett in some way:

But none of it matters now, because Garrett's suspension was upheld and he'll remain on the sidelines indefinitely.