Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will have the chance to make his case to the NFL to have his indefinite suspension reduced on Wednesday.

Garrett was suspended last Friday, less than 12 hours after striking Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph with Rudolph's helmet in the final seconds of Cleveland's 21-7 win on Thursday night.

Garrett requested to attend the appeal hearing in New York and plans on being there. His request will be heard by former NFL player James Thrash. 

Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi had his appeal for his one-game ban heard Monday, while Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey will have his three-game suspension appeal hearing on Tuesday.

According to the AP, the league is also expected to announce fines for players who left the Cleveland and Pittsburgh sidelines during the brawl sometime this week.

Garrett is presently slated to serve the longest suspension for a singular on-field incident in NFL history, surpassing Albert Haynesworth's five-game ban in 2006.