Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins was very clear about his stance on a recent controversial event by wearing a shirt during warmups saying "Justice for Tamir Rice - John Crawford" on the front and "The Real Battle of Ohio" on the back. The Cleveland police were definitely not amused. "It's pretty pathetic when athletes think they know the law," Jeff Follmer, head of the Police Union said. "They should stick to what they know best on the field. The Cleveland Police protect and serve the Browns stadium, and the Browns organization owes us an apology." The Browns replied with a statement that said: "We have great respect for the Cleveland Police Department and the work that they do to protect and serve our city. We also respect our players' rights to project their support and bring awareness to issues that are important to them if done so in a responsible manner." Is this not the same police who will never apologize for anything they do? They definitely did not apologize for killing the 12-year-old shot by a Cleveland police officer while he was carrying a toy gun in a Cleveland park, yet they except an apology from a sports team? What do you think about this?