NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave advice on how Cleveland Browns defender Myles Garrett could end his indefinite suspension by wearing a helmet on Pittsburgh Steelers defender Mason Rudolph.
Garrett was suspended indefinitely on Friday, hours after the incident at a match between Steelers and Browns. Goodell broached the incident and suspension with the Pre-Flight Playbook before Garrett officially filed an appeal for his suspension.
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“It was, in my opinion, and I think [that of] our football people, something that had to be dealt with very quickly and firmly to make it clear to players that it is not acceptable and to clubs, "said Goodell." There is no place for that in the game. "
When asked how Garrett could reduce the indefinite suspension, Goodell said, "He'll probably meet with us sometime in the off season, and I think we'll make a judgment on whether he has remorse?"
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Garrett will meet former NFL receiver James Thrash, who currently serves as the league's appeals officer for disciplining field players. Thrash has a history of reducing suspensions in the past, but has not dealt with an incident as serious as Garrett and Rudolph's fights.
Garrett apologized for his actions on the pitch and allegedly argues that players cannot be suspended for an indefinite period of time on the pitch under the league's collective bargaining agreement.
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Steelers striker Maurkice Pouncey and Browns striker Larry Ogunjobi should also appeal the suspensions. Pouncey received three games and Ogunjobi received one game.