Myles Garrett can have his indefinite suspension reduced by doing this, Roger Goodell says

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave advice on how Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett could end his indefinite suspension for swinging a helmet at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. Garrett received the open-ended suspension Friday, hours after the incident took place in a game between the Steelers and Browns. Goodell addressed the incident and suspension with Pre-Flight Playbook prior to Garrett officially filing for an appeal of his suspension. “It was, in my view, and I think [that of] our football people, something that had to be dealt with very quickly and very firmly to make it clear to the players that it's not acceptable, and to the clubs,” Goodell said. “There's

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