After an ugly brawl with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has been suspended indefinitely and 'must meet with the commissioner's office prior to a decision on his reinstatement.' The NFL said more suspensions will be handed down and also fined the Browns and the Steelers $250,000 each over the incident.
Former NFL player James Thrash let Ogunjobi's suspension stand but did rescind a $10,527 fine. Appeals officer Derrick Brooks ruled on Pouncey, who will miss Sunday's contest at Cincinnati and a Week 13 rematch with the Browns.
Garrett was suspended Friday by the National Football League, a ban that spans the postseason and set a new standard for punishment stemming from in-game conduct.
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Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey was initially suspended three games for kicking and punching Garrett, and Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi was suspended one game for shoving Rudolph to the ground. The league said those rulings will be issued later this week.
Garrett made the allegation as part of his initial comments during the appeal hearing in NY, sources said. Garrett then pulled Rudolph to his feet by tugging on the passer's facemask, ripping the helmet off his head. His media session scheduled for Thursday was cancelled. He was penalized during the game and ejected for his action.
Rudolph spoke to reporters for the first time since the Thursday Night Football fight on November 14, reading a prepared statement before answering questions.
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The Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett leaves a suspension appeal hearing in NY. "I should have done a better job of keeping my cool in that situation", Rudolph said. Rudolph avoided injury and was not suspended despite his attempt to grab Garrett's helmet or charging at him. "Great respect for his ability as a player. I feel like if it was you and your teammate in that situation you would do the same thing".
Garrett eventually yanked off Rudolph's helmet and while being restrained by two Pittsburgh linemen, swung wildly at a charging Rudolph, connecting with the top of the quarterback's head.
"As for my involvement last week, there's no acceptable excuse".
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