Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has again alleged that Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used a racial slur toward him, sparking the mid-November Brawl.
Mason Rudolph firmly denied directing a racial slur at Myles Garrett during the Week 11 brawl between the Steelers and Browns.
Myles Garrett pointed toward Antonio Smith's 2013 suspension as possible discipline for his fight.
Rudolph will reportedly not be taking legal action against Garrett following their incident on Thursday night.
Myles Garrett has issued a statement after hitting Mason Rudolph with his helmet.
The Browns-Steelers brawl that led to unprecedented penalties is the latest episode the league would like to forget.
Cleveland beat Pittsburgh 21-7 on Thursday Night Football, but plenty of questions remain after Garrett's wild-swinging helmet assault on Rudolph.
In the waning seconds of the Browns' win over the Steelers, Myles Garrett viciously attacked Pittsburgh QB Mason Rudolph.