CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns co-owner Dee Haslam showed her support for defensive end Myles Garrett at Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Haslam was seen wearing a beanie with No. 95, Garrett's jersey number, on it before the game.
Garrett was recently served an indefinite suspension for an on-field brawl with Steelers' Mason Rudolph. Garrett ripped Rudolph's helmet off his head and swung it at him after Rudolph charged him.
An NFL appeals officer upheld Garrett's indefinite suspension earlier this week, making him ineligible for the remainder of the season and any postseason games.
Garrett will be able to apply for reinstatement next season. The league is "hopeful" Garrett won't miss anytime next season, according to a report from ABC affiliate ESPN.
Until then, Garrett clearly has the full support of his team and its owners.