WATCH: Mason Rudolph Calls Myles Garrett a ‘Coward’ for Helmet Attack

Mason Rudolph
The Associated Press

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph called Browns defensive end Myles Garrett a “total coward,” after Garrett tore Rudolph’s helmet off and struck him with it in the waning moments of their game on Thursday Night Football.

The incident occurred late in the game after Garrett hit Rudolph late and drove him to the ground.


In his post game press conference, Rudolph called Garrett a “coward” and a “bully.”


Garrett is facing a multitude of different disciplinary actions by the league. Some suggest the Browns star will be suspended for the remainder of the 2019 season, others believe that suspension will be coupled with a hefty fine.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield called his teammate’s actions “inexcusable,” in his post game comments.

Rudolph struggled in the game, throwing for 244 yards and 4 interceptions. The Browns won 21-7.

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