The Cleveland Browns have come up with an original and effective way to get their concerns about social injustice and racial inequality across.
The short video, just less than a minute in length, featured messages from several players, including Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas, quarterback DeShone Kizer, linebackers Jamie Collins and Christian Kirksey, and coach Hue Jackson.
As the Browns got to the goal line, the rookie quarterback took matters into his own hands, and he followed the charge of the Browns offensive line to power into the end zone on a quarterback sneak to score his first touchdown of his National Football League career.
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Watt's debut includes six tackles, two sacks and an interception through the first three quarters. T.J. Brown finished with 11 receptions for 182 yards. The Browns offense will not be the highest-octane offense the Steelers face, but if it is unable to hold the Browns in check, then the season may be a long one for Butler's unit. Two of Pittsburgh's 3 scores were set up by big plays - a 50-yard completion on a ball that was tipped to Antonio Brown and a 41-yard pass interference penalty.
The Browns could not reach the end zone on their first drive of the second half, but a 24-yard field goal from rookie kicker Zane Gonzalez trimmed the Steelers' lead down to four points, 14-10, with 9:27 to play in the third quarter.
Browns general manager Sashi Brown, who arrived in June, is not off to a great start.
They did make it close at the end after cutting it to 21-18 following a touchdown pass from Kizer to Corey Coleman, followed by a successful two-point conversion, but it was simply too late as the Steelers were able to run out the clock after a questionable reception from Brown that should have been knocked down by the defense anyway.