Mason Rudolph Forgives Myles Garrett for Helmet Incident
Mason Rudolph Forgives Myles Garrett for Helmet Incident.
The Steelers quarterback was
struck by a helmet swung by the
Browns defensive end last week.
Garrett has since been
suspended indefinitely by the NFL.
In a statement, Rudolph says he has "no ill will" towards Garrett.
He also apologized for
his role in the scrum during
the Browns-Steelers game.
As for my involvement … there’s no acceptable excuse.
The bottom line is that I should have done a better job keeping my composure in that situation, Mason Rudolph, via statement.
I have no ill will towards Myles Garrett.
Great respect for his ability as a player, and I know that if Myles could go back, he would handle the situation differently, Mason Rudolph, via statement.
Garrett has also stated that
he regrets his actions.
He has issued an
appeal regarding his suspension