This year’s season for the Cleveland Browns has been a disappointing on the field, but it’s now entertaining off it.
Browns defensive back Jermaine Whitehead has his Twitter suspended for about after threatening a fan and a radio host regarding the recent loss to the Denver Broncos.
One of the tweets he responded to was when team radio host Dustin Fox, former cornerback for Ohio State, sharply criticized his tackling.
Here’s the full tweet post of what led to Whitehead’s ban.
Browns player Jermaine Whitehead just got his twitter suspended 15 min after losing to the Broncos.— Sports Nation Ohio (@SN_Ohio) November 4, 2019
Things are going well! pic.twitter.com/yPVPOwtHVW
And apparently, Whitehead isn’t done responding to comments as he also took it to Instagram (as you see below).
Not a good look coming from a Browns player, who’s team is looking to be a big disappointment after being projected to be really good this year.
UPDATE: Whitehead has been waived by the team earlier this morning.
We’ve waived S Jermaine Whitehead. pic.twitter.com/PLTNvaQww4— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 4, 2019
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