Report: Browns players yelled ‘come get me’ at Cardinals sideline after loss
The Cleveland Browns appear to be in full-scale meltdown mode after Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
According to Mike Silver of NFL.com, “multiple” Browns players yelled “come get me” to the Cardinals sideline, essentially inviting Arizona to acquire them from the Browns. One of those players was Jarvis Landry, who had a sideline confrontation with coach Freddie Kitchens during the game itself.
More fallout from the Jarvis Landry tirade during the Browns-Cardinals game: I'm told by two sources that before the game ended, 'multiple' Browns players yelled at the Arizona sideline to 'come get me'–asking to come play for the Cardinals. Landry, I'm told, was one of them.
— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) December 16, 2019
It won’t be lost on anyone that “come get me” echoes what Odell Beckham reportedly told various opponents back in October. That’s probably not lost on the players involved here, either. It also won’t be lost on them that the Cardinals have a worse record than the Browns, but perhaps these players believe Arizona has a brighter future.
Basically, Cleveland’s season has turned into a nightmare. The team hasn’t won and the players appear fed up. Despite this, the Browns reportedly want Kitchens to stay long-term, but if he’s facing a full-scale player revolt, that might force the team to change their minds.