Last week the Steelers QB returned to the spotlight when Browns' Myles Garrett went on ESPN to double down on his claim that Rudolph used a racial slur during their infamous on-field altercation last season.
"The most recent one this past weekend, I took offense to it, to be quite honest with you". ". I fully support Mason Rudolph, we, as an organization, fully support Mason Rudolph". And to be quite honest with you, we were a little hacked off by what we saw this weekend.
Tomlin added: "I think [Rudolph's] reputation needs to be defended and defended aggressively".
Garrett was interviewed by ESPN's Mina Kimes for Outside The Lines and Tomlin took issue with that.
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"These accusations are serious, not only in terms of Mason Rudolph's character, but his professional pursuits", Tomlin told Smith. Nobody on that field corroborated what was said by Myles Garrett. "At no point during that piece this weekend was that stated". "It's over with for me and I am pretty sure it's over with for Mason, so we just move past that and keep on playing football".
"It was presented as a he said-he said situation, even to this day", Tomlin said. It was a thorough investigation done by us and the National Football League.
Which then led to Rudolph immediately firing back at Garrett and calling him a liar.
Rudolph's agent Tim Younger suggested Saturday that Garrett opened himself up for potential legal action for claiming again that his client used a racial slur toward the defensive end. Note that Mr. Garrett claims that Mr. Rudolph uttered the slur simultaneously with being taken down, and before Mr. Garrett committed a battery by striking Mr. Rudolph on the head with a 6 lb helmet.
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He noted that his appearance was not to attack Garrett, but to stand up for Rudolph. I've got a lot of personal relationships within that organization over there in Cleveland.
"When he said it, it kind of sparked something, but I still tried to let it go and still walk away".
The NFL has said it found no evidence the QB used a slur. "When this interview came back up this weekend, we thought Mason needed to be defended", Tomlin said. We had another game awaiting us, and we wanted to be singularly focused. "There was no sound recorded from the field during that game".
"He said what he's consistently said throughout this entire ordeal: that he did not and would not say what was said that he said", Tomlin said Monday.
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Tomlin again stressed that Rudolph, 24, has the full support of the Steelers' organization. "He got fined $50,000 for essentially getting beat up". Tomlin seemed to hint at that Monday, saying Rudolph's "reputation was tarnished" as a result of Garrett's accusation.