Myles Garrett won't be on the field the rest of the season, but he's still on the mind of Cleveland Browns owner Dee Haslam.
Prior to today's game against the Miami Dolphins, Haslam appeared on the field wearing a knit winter hat with Garrett's No. 95 on the side. Judging by her headgear, Haslam looks to be fully supporting Garrett.
The third-year defensive end was suspended indefinitely by the NFL following an on-field confrontation with the Pittsburgh Steelers' Mason Rudolph 10 days ago. Garrett swung Rudolph's helmet at the quarterback, resulting in the harsh punishment.
Last week, the NFL upheld the ban after Garrett's appeal. During his appeal hearing, Garrett alleged Rudolph called him a racial slur before he attacked him with the helmet, a claim Rudolph vehemently denied and the NFL says it has "no evidence" of.
The Garrett-less Browns have won two games in a row heading into today's contest against the lowly Dolphins.
Cleveland will have to win at least five of its final six games to have a shot at a Wild Card berth, so there's really no margin for error.
Browns-Dolphins will kick off at 1 p.m. ET.