On Friday the National Football League announced that Garrett would be banned indefinitely, barring him for at least the remainder of the 2019 season and playoffs. His punishment is one of the stiffest penalties for on-field behavior the National Football League has ever levied, second only to that of Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who was suspended for the rest of the season in late September, with 12 games remaining. "Said it was a moment of weakness, it never should have gotten to that point and he's going to prove to us that was one incident on his radar".
Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, who was seen punching Garrett and kicking him after he had been tackled to the ground, said Garrett "could have killed" Rudolph.
All three are also being fined an undetermined amount by the NFL. The league also fined both teams $US250,000 and said "additional discipline for other players will be forthcoming".
Of course, this all makes for an interesting rematch between the teams in two weeks on December 1 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.
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Myles Garrett hits Mason Rudolph with a helmet on November 14, 2019, in Cleveland. It was after that when Garrett retaliated by yanking Rudolph's helmet off, leading to the ugliest part of the incident. Then Garrett pulled Rudolph's lid off, and Rudolph responded by getting into a shoving match with Garrett.
Pouncey, Garrett and Cleveland's Ogunjobi - who pushed Rudolph to the ground from behind - were all ejected from the game.
The actions and loss of Garrett are a major blow to the Browns, who made a statement this game, after coming in with a 3-6 record. "I lost my cool and what I did was selfish and unacceptable", Garrett's statement said.
Younger first took to Twitter late Thursday night to let his feelings be known about the incident.
And he appears to be pointing the finger of blame not as much at Garrett, the man who swung a helmet at Rudolph, as Haley does for Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens, his former staff mate in Cleveland.
"It feels like we lost", Mayfield said. "It's inexcusable and he knows that", Mayfield said. "Pause", she wrote in the since-deleted tweet following the Browns' 21-7 win over the Steelers. While being restrained by Steelers offensive linemen David DeCastro, Garrett then swung it wildly overtop and clobbered Rudolph on the head with it.
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There was a ripple effect to Garrett's act, causing embarrassment to the league and both teams.
"What I did was foolish, and I shouldn't have allowed myself to slip like that", Garrett said softly.
Rudolph's agent, Tim Younger, told ESPN that he was reviewing the matter and "no (legal) options have been removed from the table".
"There are many risks an NFL QB assumes with every snap taken on the field". "Tonight could have had a catastrophic ending".
Garrett, Pouncy and Ogunjobi were ejected from the game.
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