NFL to fine around 10 players for leaving bench during Thursday’s fight


VIDEO: Fight Starts After Myles Garrett Hits Mason Rudolph With His Own Helmet!

Garrett ripped Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off and clubbed him in the head with it in the final seconds of Cleveland's victory Thursday night.

The NFL is expected to rule by Wednesday on any appeals related to the suspensions handed out in the wake of Thursday's brawl between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Browns defeated the Steelers 21-7.

In Garrett's appeal, he is expected to argue that the NFL's labor deal does not allow for indefinite suspensions for an on-field act. The NFL reportedly is not done, though.

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Garrett, 23, will argue that players can not be suspended for an indefinite period of time for on-field acts under the collective bargaining agreement, NFL Network reports. The league is still reviewing video of the incident before formally issuing the penalties.

The NFL's 2019 fine schedule calls for players who unnecessarily enter the fight area with no active involvement to be fined $3,507 for a first offense and $10,527 for a second offense.

Rudolph, who was not suspended for his role in the fight, is expected to be fined.

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It was previously reported that Rudolph is facing a fine, and Schefter adds the amount could be $35,096 for a first-time fighting offense. It's not surprising that the league would want to be thorough with its punishments.

Additionally, the National Football League is set to fine a lengthy list of other players.

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