Kitchens, who began last season as the team's running backs coach, was asked about his job security.
As the Cleveland Browns stumbled to a 2-6 start in a loss to the Denver Broncos Sunday, CBS sideline reporter Jay Feely reported on air that Odell Beckham Jr. complained about not getting the ball. Quarterback Baker Mayfield can't seem to get the offense on the same page (one touchdown against Denver in five trips to the red zone).
A league rule prohibits players from wearing hard objects.
Later, the team issued a statement chastising safety Jermaine Whitehead for "totally unacceptable and highly inappropriate" posts on social media.
Beckham defined he's deliberate the alternatives of his cleats because the summer season and so they're predicated on what uniforms the Browns can be sporting.
Per the National Football League rule book, "a player may wear shoes that are black, white or any constitutional team color, or any combination of black, white and a constitutional team color".
Requested if the Browns had been headed in the proper route, Beckham mentioned to examine again later. "Again, out of my control, those things".
Beckham and Landry changed tacos in half. Upon learning this, Beckham said, he switched to a black backup pair of cleats, but they hurt his feet, so he returned to the white Joker cleats before kickoff. He mentioned the crew switched from an all-white jersey to this ensemble in the course of the week.
"You've just got to know your situation, know who you are, where you are and know they're going to tell us to take them off, regardless, even though, you know, I've seen people in cleats that are completely different color from their team and they can wear them all game, on a primetime game, " he said. "I'll just do the best job I can do".