Myles Garrett should expect a significant suspension

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Myles Garrett should expect a significant suspension
Myles Garrett should expect a significant suspension

The Browns will need to get used to playing without defensive end Myles Garrett. With only seconds left in Thursday night's win over over Pittsburgh, Garrett ripped the helmet from Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and then struck Rudolph in the head with his own helmet. It's the most egregious single in-game incident since then-Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth stomped on the forehead of then-Cowboys center Andre Gurode, if not ever. Haynesworth received a five-game suspension for his infraction, a punishment imposed before the league had its player health and safety epiphany in 2009. Garrett should be bracing for a significant suspension, one that should last at least through the

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