Myles Garrett should be careful what he wishes for — ProFootballTalk

On Wednesday, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will have the appeal hearing on his indefinite suspension, resulting from removing the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him in the head with it. Garrett’s best argument comes from the notion that the rules don’t permit an indefinite suspension for on-field misconduct. And that’s apparently…

Myles Garrett should be careful what he wishes for — ProFootballTalk

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