Rant: Did Cleveland Browns player go too far with this shirt?

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland police union is demanding an apology from the Cleveland Browns NFL team.

During warmups on Sunday, Browns player Andrew Hawkins wore a shirt that read, ‘Justice for Tamir Rice and John Crawford.’

Rice, 12, was shot by police outside of a recreation center in Cleveland for holding what was later determined to be a toy ‘airsoft’ gun.

Crawford, 22, was fatally shot by police during a confrontation. He was carrying a toy gun inside an Ohio Walmart.

The police union president called the shirt wearing protest by Hawkins “pathetic.”

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