A shopper at Target decided to make her stance on the Myles Garrett brawl public in a very festive way. Garrett ripped Rudolph's helmet off and clubbed him in the head with it in the final seconds of Cleveland's victory Thursday night.
The NFL reportedly isn't performed issuing punishment to gamers related within the Thursday night time time brawl all through the Cleveland Browns-Pittsburgh Steelers online game.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that around 10 players are expected to be fined this week for going onto the field. Rudolph grabbed Garrett's facemask and unsuccessfully tried to pry off his helmet. It had fans signing on to try to get Mason Rudolph suspended.
The NFL's 2019 fine schedule calls for players who unnecessarily enter the fight area with no active involvement to be fined $3,507 for a first offense and $10,527 for a second offense.
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He tells the 16-year-old to go to his room; C.J. responds that he's eating his cereal and isn't allowed to be in his room. There's a loud crash, and then the black teen is led to a squad auto by the two officers, who appear to be white.
The NFL's Derrick Brooks and James Thrash will hear the cases early this week and reportedly intend to make their rulings before the teams' respective Week 12 games. Garrett was then thrown down by Steelers lineman David DeCastro and Pouncey unleashed several punches and kicked Cleveland's top defensive player. The Browns are set to host the Miami Dolphins. Brooks reduced the Bears' Danny Trevathan's suspension down to one game from two.
Before his appeal is heard, Garrett's suspension already is the longest in league history for a single on-field behavior, surpassing Albert Haynesworth's five-game ban in 2006 for stepping on a player's face. It's entirely possible the officers could reduce either Pouncey or Ogunjobi's suspensions.
The pair aren't merely a rubber stamp for the National Football League and have been known to reduce suspensions in the past.