The agent for Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph isn’t ruling out any legal options in the aftermath of a late-game melee Thursday night.

Rudolph was struck in the head with his own helmet by Cleveland’s Myles Garrett after the Browns defensive end ripped it off in the final seconds of the Steelers’ 21-7 loss.

The fight started when Garrett took Rudolph to the ground following the quarterback’s short pass to Trey Edmunds on third-and-long.

RELATED:  Thursday Night’s Game Reportedly ‘Was Like a Bounty Game’

Rudolph appeared to attempt to dislodge Garrett’s helmet as the two exchanged words.

As Rudolph stood up, Garrett ripped Rudolph’s helmet off and swung it at him as offensive linemen David DeCastro tried to push Garrett away.

Flip the Pages to See his Response and more: