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Steelers Deny Myles Garrett Jersey Rumor Before Sunday's Game

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett walks off the field after getting ejected from game against the Steelers in 2019.

CLEVELAND, OHIO - NOVEMBER 14: Defensive end Myles Garrett #95 of the Cleveland Browns walks off the field after being ejected from the game during the second half at FirstEnergy Stadium on November 14, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns defeated the Steelers 21-7. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

The highly-anticipated rematch between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers will take place this weekend. Earlier this week, rumors were swirling about a potential ban on Myles Garrett jerseys.

Garrett will not be allowed to play this weekend as he is currently suspended indefinitely by the NFL.

Cleveland fans let out their frustration this past weekend by hitting a piñata dressed as Mason Rudolph.

Now, the Browns will have to divert their attention to the Steelers. Both teams are firmly in the AFC Wild Card race, and the loser will drop in the playoff standings.

Although the headline of this game should be on the playoff implications it may have, the biggest story right now is the potential ban involving pro-Garrett apparel.

However, it turns out that Pittsburgh is not actually imposing this ban.

Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com is reporting that Myles Garrett jerseys are not banned from Heinz Field this Sunday.

There's no denying that intense rivalry between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, but banning fans from wearing a jersey would definitely lead to more problems than solutions.

Hopefully, both franchises can move on from the absurd brawl that occurred a few weeks ago.

All eyes will be on this rematch on Sunday as kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET on CBS.