CLEVELAND — ESPN reports Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's agent isn't ruling out any legal options in the aftermath of a late-game fight between Rudolph and Garrett.
"I am gathering all information and no options have been removed from the table," Tim Younger told EPSN when reached by text message Friday morning.
With eight seconds left of the final quarter and the Browns leading 21-7, Garrett ripped Rudolph's helmet off and struck him with it.
"I thought it was pretty cowardly," Rudolph said of Garrett's actions. "Pretty bush league."
The fight started when Garrett took Rudolph to the ground following the quarterback's pass to Trey Edmunds. It appears Rudolph attempted to take off Garrett's helmet as the two exchanged words.
“The reality is he’s going to get suspended, we don’t know how long, and that’s going to hurt our team,” Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield said immediately after the game.
Garrett faces a likely suspension for his actions, and Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey will likely be disciplined for kicking Garrett in the head.