PITTSBURGH — Cleveland Browns' wide receiver Jarvis Landry is reportedly honoring Mac Miller on his cleats when the team travels to Heinz Field to take on the Steelers Sunday.
One the left shoe, Miller is wearing sunglasses and holds a necklace to his lips. On the other shoe, he peers out from behind his hands with the text “1992-2018.”
Miller, from Pittsburgh, died in 2018 after overdosing at his Los Angeles home. His death was ruled accidental after he was found to have a mixture of fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol in his system.
Miller grew up in Point Breeze and his first album was named “Blue Slide Park” in honor of the playground at Frick Park.
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