The Cleveland Browns got some good news Wednesday when the National Football League decided Myles Garrett had paid the price for his helmet swinging against the Steelers' Mason Rudolph and reinstated the defensive end. He missed the Browns' remaining six games of the 2019 season.
"We welcome Myles back to our organization with open arms", Browns general manager Andrew Berry said in a statement.
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Garrett responded with a meme from the shoot-em-up flick, "John Wick", in which Keanu Reaves" titular character says, "but now, yeah, I'm thinking, "I'm back'".
The former No. 1 overall pick in 2017 had 10 sacks before the suspension. His reputation also took a shot and he'll have to watch his behavior going forward as another violent incident could result in even harsher discipline by the league.
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His punishment now amounts to a six-game suspension and a $45,263 fine.
Garrett appealed his ban and Garrett told independent officer James Thrash during his hearing that Rudolph had used a slur during their skirmish. Maurkice Pouncey punched and kicked Garrett, earning a two-game suspension, while Cleveland's Larry Ogunjobi was suspended for a game for shoving Rudolph to the ground from behind.
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