The Browns have reportedly cut ties with another player with Ohio roots. Defensive tackle Ishmaa'ily Kitchen was released Tuesday, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. Kitchen played in 12 games last season, starting three of them. The three-year veteran out of Kent State has appeared in 40 games as a Brown primarily in a reserve role. With the arrival of first-round pick Danny...
There is nothing fans enjoy more than cheering for the hometown player. Whether it is a feel-good, out-of-nowhere success story such as Brian Hoyer, a lovable role player such as Ishmaa'ily Kitchen – and his “Kitchen Slam” sack celebration – or the high-expectations local superstars such as the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James, (yes, the whole Decision/Miami Heat...
Browns waive long snapper Christian Yount ► Long snapper Christian Yount has been waived by the Browns, general ... In Cleveland since 2011, The 26-year-old out of UCLA appeared in 53 games for the ... Ishmaa'ily Kitchen wise to sign tender agreement ► Ishmaa'ily Kitchen wise to sign tender agreement with Cleveland Browns ... Kitchen is the third of the Browns' four restricted...
For football players playing through pain is nothing new. It's just part of the daily routine. The last thing they want to do is go down and not be there for their teammates. So when push comes to shove they will hide injuries and do whatever it takes to stay on the field. So when we hear about Cleveland Browns nose tackle Ishmaa'ily Kitchen playing through an injury in the season...
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