Less than a week after being ejected from the Cleveland Browns' win 21-7 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers for his involvement in a fight in which he ripped Mason Rudolph's helmet off before hitting him in the head with it, Myles Garrett's fate for the rest of the season -- and perhaps beyond -- will be decided. On Wednesday, the NFL will hear Garrett's appeal of his punishment, which is currently an indefinite suspension slated to last at least the remainder of the 2019 season and playoffs. Truth be told, the NFL's appeals process is a relatively straight forward one, with a resolution on the matter likely to come sooner rather than later. Adding intrigue to Garrett's appeal is that the Pro Bowl defensive end plans on making his case in person, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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