The Browns Release Jermaine Whitehead Hours After He Threatened To Kill A Fan On Twitter

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Jermaine Whitehead is no longer a member of the Cleveland Browns just hours after his Twitter account was suspended for making several posts towards fans and media members that the team described as “unacceptable and inappropriate”.

After the team’s loss to the Broncos on Sunday, Whitehead took to Twitter to threaten to kill a trolling fan on Twitter and also called a member of the media a “cracker”.

After Whitehead’s Twitter account was suspended Whitehead continued berating fans on Instagram.

The Browns released a statement on Sunday night and eventually decided to cut him on Monday morning.

Whitehead had started every game this season for the Browns before his release.

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