Garrett will miss at least the rest of the season and any potential playoff games for removing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet and hitting him in the head with it during the closing moments of Thursday night's game.
With eight seconds to play Myles Garrett hit Mason Rudolph after he dumped off a short pass. "And in that instance, it was compromised, obviously with an unfortunate incident".
A day earlier, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said there was nothing for his team to learn from the incident. "We were a part of it".
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Garrett received an indefinite suspension from the National Football League, which also fined both teams $250,000.
Garrett, who has since apologized, reportedly will argue players can not be suspended for an indefinite period of time for on-field acts under the collective bargaining agreement.
"He will probably meet with us some time in the offseason", Goodell said, "and I think we'll make a judgment on does he have remorse?" Great respect for his ability as a player. It seems Tomlin was saying Mason Rudolph did not contribute to the start of the melee.
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More pressing for Tomlin than trying to assess blame is finding a way to get Pittsburgh (5-5) back on track following its worst performance since a season-opening 30-point loss to New England.
The two teams will meet for a rematch in less than two weeks when the Steelers host the Browns on December 1. "We had already lost two of our players to targeting penalties from the game", he said. "We didn't execute well enough in all three phases to secure victory". Tomlin also noted running back James Conner is dealing with his nagging shoulder injury so his availability is uncertain. Garrett reportedly cited a separate helmet-swinging incident in which occurred in 2013 and the player in question received much less discipline than what the defensive end got for his incident. There's a chance one or both could be on the field Sunday. "You want to smile in the face of adversity and deliver and so that's our focus".
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