Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry troll Mike Tomlin with yawn celebrations

Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry appeared to troll Mike Tomlin with their celebrations on Thursday night.

The Cleveland Browns defeated division rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-7 in a raucous affair.

While Myles Garrett’s antics at the end of the match sparked a mass brawl and made all the talking points, Beckham’ Jr’s taunting seemingly went under the radar.

Early in the match, quarterback Baker Mayfield connected with Beckham for a 42-yard gain into the red zone.

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Beckham then proceeded to turn and face in the direction of the Steelers bench and yawned.

In the second quarter it was Landry’s turn to get in on the joke after receiving a lofted pass from Mayfield.

He too proceeded to copy Beckham’s celebration by placing his hand to his mouth.

So where does the joke come in?

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Over the summer, Tomlin yawned in response to a question about his team having to face Beckham twice each season after the wide receiver opted to move into the AFC North.

And it seems Beckham was keen to remind Tomlin of his actions by letting his matchplay do the talking.

The Browns ended up comfortable winners but Garrett marred the victory after attacking Mason Rudolph with his own helmet.

Garrett is suspended for at least the remainder of the season and will not be paid during the ban.

“Last night, I made a terrible mistake," he added.

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"I know that we are all responsible for our actions and I can only prove my true character through my actions going forward.

"I want to apologise to Mason Rudolph, my team-mates, our entire organisation, our fans and to the NFL."

He also didn’t receive any backing from his own team-mate Mayfield.

He called his team-mate's behaviour "dangerous" and "totally inexcusable" while Rudolph called Garrett a "coward" and accused him of using the helmet as a "weapon".

"That's just endangering the other team. He's going to get suspended. We don't know how long and that hurts our team," added Mayfield.

The two teams meet again next month.

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