After meeting with NFL officials on Wednesday to get his suspension reduced, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has learned the league has other plans.
His indefinite suspension has been upheld by the NFL appeals officers, despite apologizing for his role in the Nov. 14 fight involving him and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph during the Browns-Steelers match-up.
WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland briefly details what went down that night:
An on-field fight broke out during the last 8 seconds of the Thursday night game on Nov. 14. It escalated when Garrett ripped off Rudolph’s helmet and hit him in the head with it.
Garrett’s punishment is currently the longest-serving suspension for a “single on-field incident in league history.”
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