Mason Rudolph Won’t Take Legal Action Against Myles Garrett

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Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph will not take legal action against Browns defensive end Myles Garrett for smashing him over the head with his own helmet during Thursday’s game.

Rudolph considers the situation to be exclusively an NFL matter. This after Rudolph’s representatives insinuated legal options were on the table.

For those that missed it, Garrett has been suspended indefinitely, which includes the rest of this season and the postseason. Maurkice Pouncey was hit with a three-game suspension and Rudolph was fined.

Obviously the season will move on for both the Steelers and Browns and they’ll face one another again on 12/1.

Source: Ian Rapoport