His team may have lost the Nov. 14 game against the Cleveland Browns, but Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has some opinions on that big fight that took place towards the end of the game between players from both teams.
While many football fans believe Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph started the fight, and provoked Browns defensive end Myles Garrett into hitting Rudolph with a Steelers helmet, Tomlin simply doesn’t share that sentiment.
Here’s WKYC 3News Cleveland with the coach had to say:
“I don’t know. You’d have to ask those guys,” Tomlin said, referring to the Browns, when asked what his team could learn in order to prevent a similar incident from occurring in the future. “I don’t know that we did anything to make it happen anyways in the first place. That’s why I said we didn’t have anything to learn from it.”
Many football fans, and both current and former football player don’t agree with Tomlin. Charles Woodson ripped on Rudolph’s actions during the brawl, and afterwards during the ‘NFL on FOX’ pregame show.
Garrett has been suspended indefinitely for his role in the brawl, while Rudolph is getting no more than a fine.
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