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Browns’ Myles Garrett maintains Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used racial slur before brawl

Newly-reinstated Cleveland Browns defensive finish Myles Garrett maintains that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph directed a racial slur at him within the closing seconds of the groups’ Nov. 14 sport that resulted in an enormous brawl. 

Garrett’s reiterated allegation is available in an ESPN Exterior the Traces interview he did with Mina Kimes that’s set to air later this week. 

“He known as me the N-word,” Garrett mentioned of Rudolph. “He known as me a ‘silly N-word.’ “

Moments after the alleged slur, Garrett hit Rudolph over the top with the quarterback’s personal helmet as a tussle wildly escalated, a transfer that earned the primary general decide in 2017 an indefinite suspension.   

Garrett had first leveled the accusation of Rudolph utilizing a racial slur throughout his appeals listening to in November. However the NFL mentioned it investigated the declare and mentioned they discovered no proof to substantiate the allegation.   

Rudolph was fined $50,000 for his position within the brawl, although he vehemently denied Garrett’s accusation of utilizing a racial slur, going as far as to name it “a lie” in an announcement launched by his agent. 

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