Everyone remembers the fight between Mason Rudolph and Myles Garrett back in November. The Browns came out with the 21-7 win as Garrett sacked Rudolph as time expired. As the two went down. They kept going at each other which resulted in Garrett swinging his helmet at Rudolph’s head.
Garrett was the one who ended up being suspended indefinitely while Rudolph was only hit with a fine. Garrett was reinstated by the NFL yesterday and now, maintains his stance that Rudolph called him the n-word during that fight.
“He called me the N-word,” Garrett said to Outside The Lines’ Mina Kimes. “He called me a ‘stupid N-word.'”
This interview will be aired tonight on SportsCenter. The Steelers have since responded to Garrett’s claim and are denying it in Rudolph’s defense. The team’s full statement is “Mason vehemently denies the report of being accused of using a racial slur during the incident.”
An NFL spokesman said before that the league didn’t find any evidence of Rudolph calling Garrett the n-word. This is hard to believe considering the fact that in today’s age, everyone can hear what is said on the field and on the sidelines. Rudolph is also known to be MAGA and a Tomi Lahren lover so we sadly can’t be surprised if he did actually say the word.
Flip the page for video of the original fight between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph. As well as Rudolph being MAGA.