Myles Garrett Could Receive The Longest NFL Suspension

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November 15, 2019


Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was ejected in the closing seconds of Thursday night’s game against the Steelers after ripping the helmet off quarterback Mason Rudolph and striking him in the head with it.

Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi, who pushed Rudolph to the ground from behind after the Steelers quarterback had been hit by Garrett, and Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey also were ejected. Pouncey jumped into Garrett and punched and kicked him as Steelers teammate David DeCastro pinned Garrett to the ground. (READ MORE) by Jake Trotter Brooke Pryor | ESPN

Thursday night’s well-after-the-play misconduct by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will create issues between Garrett and the league office. It also could, in theory, create issues between Garrett and the criminal justice system. (READ MORE) by

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett’s helmet-swinging attack on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph could put him jeopardy of receiving the longest NFL suspension for a single on-the-field act.

Video of Garrett ripping off Rudolph’s helmet and clubbing him with it during a melee at the end of the Thursday Night’s Game is already drawing national attention this morning.

The agency representing Rudolph, Young & Associates/QB Limited, tweeted out that Garrett’s actions “cannot be defended by reasonable mind.” (READ MORE) by Kevin Allen | USA TODAY

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