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Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill continued to troll the Cleveland Browns Sunday, mocking LeBron James and attempting ironic entry into the Browns' end zone fan section, the 'Dawg Pound.' He was not well received. 

By Extra Mustard
December 14, 2014

Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill continued to troll the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, mocking LeBron James and attempting ironic entry into the Browns' end zone fan section, the 'Dawg Pound.'

After Hill scored on the opening drive of the game, he mimicked LeBron's infamous "chalk toss" ritual in the end zone. This earned Hill a steady stream of expletive-laden chants from Browns fans. 

Hill followed this act up with a jump into the Dawg Pound, a move Browns players often make after scoring a touchdown. Fortunately for Hill, at least a few Bengals fans were there to awkwardly embrace him.  

• Browns LB Robertson: Bengals RB Hill's comments add 'fuel to the fire'

Hill made headlines after his team fell to Cleveland in Week 10. Despite Cincinnati being on the losing end of a 24-3 outcome, Hill said the Browns were "worse" than he thought

Browns linebacker Craig Roberston told ESPN.com that Cleveland would use Hill's comments as a motivating factor in advance of Sunday's rematch between the two teams. 

Perhaps Cleveland could have used a bit more motivation; the Browns trailed the Bengals 23-0 at the end of the third quarter. 

(Vines courtesy of Fansided, Bleacher Report)

- Will Green

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