Remaining November, the Browns’ defensive finish struck Mason Rudolph, the Steelers’ quarterback with Ben Roethlisberger out for the season, at the head together with his helmet all through an unsightly brawl close to the top of the sport, received by means of the Browns. Garrett accused Rudolph of the use of a racial slur, one thing Rudolph denied, and Garrett used to be suspended indefinitely, a punishment that used to be lifted in February.
For the primary time since that night time, the groups will play at 1 p.m. at Heinz Box. Roethlisberger, and no longer Rudolph, is at quarterback however Garrett mentioned he used to be open to clearing issues up with Rudolph.
“If it have been to occur, I’d be superb with it,” Garrett mentioned in September (by the use of Cleveland.com). “No longer simply superb, however I wouldn’t thoughts it and I’d be at liberty to make it occur if there have been some way. “I’m no longer even certain if he’d need to do this, however I wouldn’t have an issue sitting down with him and simply no longer speaking concerning the incident, simply speaking guy to guy, how we transfer ahead, and simply being higher males and soccer gamers and no longer letting one thing like that occur once more.”