At the end of Thursday night’s game between the Browns and Steelers, Myles Garrett made a shocking attack on Mason Rudolph.
After a late hit, he stripped Rudolph’s helmet and then clubbed him over the head with it. A substantial fine and a lengthy suspension are certainly coming down the pipe for Garrett.
After the game, Baker Mayfield didn’t mince words. He knew what Garrett did was inexcusable and said as much.
Baker Mayfield Called Myles Garrett Bashing Mason Rudolph Over the Head With His Own Helmet “Inexcusable” https://t.co/LfgyVlZRig
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) November 15, 2019
Seems sensible enough, right?
Apparently not everyone agrees.
Panthers linebacker Bruce Irvin took to Twitter and said Mayfield was dry snitching by calling out his teammate.
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