Someone Edited Freddie Kitchens’ Wikipedia Page After Browns' Loss to Cardinals and it's Amazing

Freddie Kitchens' Wikipedia page was sabotaged after the Browns' loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.
Freddie Kitchens' Wikipedia page was sabotaged after the Browns' loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.

The Cleveland Browns haven't paid up on their self-imposed guarantees throughout the offseason. Many of those expectations came from new head coach Freddie Kitchens, and he's done nothing but disappoint in 2019. Entering Week 15 with a 6-7 record, the Browns fell 38-24 to the Arizona Cardinals, of all teams.

Of course, when a prominent sports figures experiences some turmoil, their Wikipedia page often gets undergoes some sabotage. Kitchens' page was no exception.

Kitchens' new descriptions included that of "American football moron" and "head clown of the Cleveland Browns." Tell us how you really feel, internet.

Kitchens' job status has been the talk of Cleveland on Sunday morning. Reports indicated that Browns ownership wants Kitchens to return as their head coach next season. However, his players might not feel the same way.

During the Cardinals game, receiver Jarvis Landry was seen trading verbal barbs with the first-year sideline boss.

Even after the game, Kitchen provided a rather strange quote, saying he "doesn't care" about his future following Cleveland's latest loss.

The job status of an NFL head coach disintegrates once they lose the locker room. As a team with lofty expectations that are all-but officially eliminated from playoff contention, Freddie Kitchens' job security will be a topic to follow in the final two weeks of the regular season.

Seems like Cleveland fans want him gone already.