Helmet Used As a Weapon In NFL Fight

Helmet Used As a Weapon In NFL Fight

Reyna Hansen, Staff Writer

Clevland Brown star Myles Garrett has been suspended indefinetly by the NFL for ripping off Pitsburg Steelers quaterback Mason Rudolphs helmet and striking him on the head during the final seconds of Thursday Night Football. Garrett will be suspended at least through the regular season and the postseason for his actions, the league said in a statement Friday. Back in 2006,Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth was suspended for 5 games after stomping on Dallas Cowboys center Andre Gurode’s head – it was the longest punishment for an on field behavior in league history.