Steelers star Cam Sutton sent a savage message to the Cleveland Browns with a jumper showing his side urinating on them.
The Pittsburgh Steelers star is expected to play in the massive AFC North clash on Sunday.
The Browns could dent their opponent’s playoff chances with a win at the Heinz Field, Pittsburgh.
And images has emerged of Sutton, who is into his third season with the Steelers, taking a dig at the home side’s opponents.
The cornerback was snapped arriving at the Steelers’ ground ahead of the game.
He is wearing sunglasses and a white jumper rather than team kit.
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It depicts a figure wearing a Steelers helmet urinating on a Browns player who has fallen on the ground.
The snap was shared on Twitter by Dianne Russini, where it has been shared thousands of times.
And fans hailed the 24-year-old for his bold message.
“Sutton is a savage,” one said.
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Another commented: “That’s a bold shirt for game day.”
While a third held nothing back.
“Cam Sutton’s shirt shows what he would like to do to Cleveland,” they said.
“Me, I think it would be a wast of good urine.”
And a fourth added: “Oh, we’ve angered Cam Sutton.
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“Now we’re in trouble.”
With a fifth simply saying: “Love that this rivalry is alive.”
A sixth commented: “Surely this will go over well.”
And a final fan suggested the 24-year-old should be rewarded for his brutal message.
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“Cam Sutton is MVP, hands down,” they added.
The Steelers take on the Browns today at 6pm.
But the big game of the day sees the Baltimore Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers, where quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has sent a warning to the AFC North side.
While Max Kellerman has explained why the 49ers star is better than the New England Patriots’ Tom Brady.
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