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Draft Scout Ishmaa''ily Kitchen News
05/28/15 - NT Ishmaa'ily Kitchen signed his restricted free-agent tender with the Browns Thursday (May 28).
03/08/15 - DL Ishmaa'ily Kitchen, restricted FA update, is a steady backup at a shallow position for the Browns; he can play nose tackle or defensive end. Whether they tender Kitchen could depend on their plans for Ahtyba Rubin. Kitchen was inactive by coach's decision for three games early in the season and missed the finale with a knee injury, but he finished the season with 43 tackles, second most among Browns defensive linemen behind 49 tackles by Desmond Bryant.
12/26/14 - DT Ishmaa'ily Kitchen (fibula) is out this week.
12/24/14 - DT Ishmaa'ily Kitchen (leg) injury was placed on injured reserve.
03/07/12 - Cardinal Mooney grad and current Kent State University football player Ishmaa'ily Kitchen showed off his skills in front of five NFL scouts on Wednesday morning. It was all part of Kent State's Pro Day. The Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, and the Miami Dolphins were all on hand to evaluate Kent State's talent. Kitchen completed six stations, involving the 225 lb bench press, vertical jump, lateral jump, shuttle run, 40-yard dash, and the three cone drill. The 334 pound, 6'3" nose tackle trained for two months preparing for the Pro Day. "We trained six days out of the week, six hours a day," says Kitchen. "So, it's pretty good, it got me in good condition." Playing in the NFL is something Kitchen has always dreamed of, since his days playing little league football for the Youngstown Braves. "I always dreamed about it when I was a little kid, so it's just huge, I always dreamed about it." - WYTV ABC33 News