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Sport Steelers QB Rudolph fined $50,000 for brawl with Browns

23:45  23 november  2019
23:45  23 november  2019 Source:   ap.org

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Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph (2) was fined $ 50 , 000 for his role in a brawl with Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns .Credit David Richard/Associated Press.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was fined $ 50 , 000 by the NFL for involvement in a helmet-swinging brawl in a game against the Rudolph was fined $ 50 , 000 on Saturday by the NFL for his involvement in the melee that began when Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled off his

CLEVELAND (AP) Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was fined $50,000 by the NFL for his involvement in a brawl that began when Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hit him over the head with a helmet.

  Steelers QB Rudolph fined $50,000 for brawl with Browns © Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Rudolph was one of 33 players fined by the league Saturday.

Garrett was indefinitely suspended by the league for ripping off Rudolph's helmet and using it ''as a weapon'' in the final seconds of Cleveland's 21-7 win over Pittsburgh last week. Garrett's appeal was denied earlier this week, when he told appeals officer James Thrash that Rudolph used a racial slur against him.

Rudolph wrestled with Garrett and attempted to pull off the Pro Bowler's helmet before charging at him and then being struck on the top of the head.

Garrett was asked after game if Rudolph said anything: Here was his answer

  Garrett was asked after game if Rudolph said anything: Here was his answer Myles Garrett’s violent response to Mason Rudolph during their incident on Thursday night was so extreme that it left some wondering whether Rudolph had said something to set off the Cleveland Browns defensive lineman. © Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Garrett was asked after the game whether that was the case.RELATED:  Garrett says Rudolph used racial slur“Did Mason say something, is that what started things?” he was asked.“They just gotta go look at it, and I’m not going to comment on it,” Garrett said.Here’s the video:For the “Myles would’ve said something after the game!” Crowd! #Browns pic.twitter.

Rudolph was fined $ 50 , 000 for his role in a brawl that was the talk of the NFL world, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. He was one of a whopping 33 players to receive discipline for the incident. Rudolph and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett were involved in a fight late in a Nov.

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph didn’t escape the brawl with the Browns unpunished. Rudolph was fined $ 50 , 000 on The league penalized 29 players ,507 apiece for “entering the fight area.” In all, the league handed out more than 0, 000 for discipline stemming from the ugly final

Earlier this week, Rudolph said ''there's no acceptable excuse,'' for his behavior.

The league also fined the Steelers and Browns $250,000 apiece. They play again Dec. 1 in Pittsburgh.

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