Not a single NFL fan is talking about the outcome of the Browns-Steelers game that took place on Thursday Night Football. Instead, they’re discussing the brawl that happened between Mason Rudolph and Myles Garrett.
Rudolph and Garrett got tangled up with seconds remaining on the clock. Garrett then ripped the helmet off of Rudolph’s head and swung it at him.
Almost every sports fan has given their take on what should happen to both parties. The likelihood is that Rudolph and Garrett will receive punishments from the NFL, and some believe Garrett could be suspended for the entire season, if not longer.
While there are a few players that are actually defending Garrett for his actions, former Steelers wideout Antonio Brown went on social media to defend his former teammate Rudolph.
Brown posted a photo of him kicking a former Browns player in the face with the following caption: This is for you Mason!
Check it out:
This for you Mason !!!!! pic.twitter.com/J8N3TLOWHp
— AB (@AB84) November 15, 2019
Rudolph and Brown were teammates on the Steelers last season, with Rudolph serving as a backup behind Ben Roethlisberger.
The reality is all this drama surrounding this brawl actually overshadows what is going on with Antonio Brown’s career. He met with league executives on Thursday to discuss the sexual assault allegations he’s currently facing.
It’s possible that Brown’s future plans are put on hold as the NFL tries to sort out this mess between Rudolph and Garrett.