Following the brawl that ended the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns game on Thursday, the NFL has suspended three players and handed out multiple fines. However, there is one player that hasn’t been punished just yet in quarterback Mason Rudolph.
Although ESPN’s Adam Schefter has reported that the Steelers’ second-year signal-caller could be receiving his punishment very soon.
According to a Sunday morning tweet, Rudolph will not be suspended for his role in Thursday’s incident, but he will be fined for his actions.
The expected amount is $35,096.
According to the 2019 fine schedule, this is the penalty for a player’s first-time fighting offense.
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