CLEVELAND, Ohio — Troy Vincent, the NFL's head of football operations, called it 'an easy decision' to suspend Myles Garrett for the season, and that Mason Rudolph will be fined this week for his action in the fight at the end of the Browns' 21-7 victory over the Steelers Thursday night. Vincent suspended Garrett indefinitely but at least for the final six games of this season and postseason for ripping off the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and striking him over the head with it. He'll need to apply for re-instatement with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but is appealing the suspension. “That's not us,” Vincent told Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports in a detailed review of the fight.
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