Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph is expected to be fined $35,096 as a first-time fighting offense for his role in the Thursday night brawl against the Cleveland Browns, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
During the fight, Rudolph's helmet was ripped off by Myles Garrett and was then hit on the head with his own helmet. Rudolph tried to dislodge Garrett's helmet after the hit.
Garrett was suspended for the remainder of the season, including the playoffs.
ESPN reports other players are expected to be fined as the NFL reviews footage of how many players were involved. According to the NFL's fine schedule, players can be fined $3,507 for a first offense and $10,527 for a second offense, if they enter the fight area with no active involvement. Players with an active involvement can be fined $7,017 for a first offense and $14,037 for a second offense.