Garrett wouldn't go into the details of what happened or what led to his reaction, but he agreed with Kitchens' characterization. Für nähere Informationen zur Nutzung Ihrer Daten lesen Sie bitte unsere Datenschutzerklärung und Cookie-Richtlinie. Most NFL suspensions have been for players, but several coaches, owners, general managers, and game officials have also been suspended. Judging Week 8 NFL overreactions: Is the AFC East race over? Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin had "no comment" on the incident, only to say, "You guys saw what happened." Ejected: Hyde, Rucker, Haason Reddick Verdict: Weak. "It's protection. But several Cleveland players, including quarterback Baker Mayfield and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. condemned Garrett's actions. "Pretty bush league.". The NFL will have its hands full this week trying to mete out proper punishment, and a few players’ wallets will be a little lighter by next weekend. Three players were ejected after a nasty brawl late in Thursday night's Steelers-Browns game. Plus, the players who got ejected didn’t have to watch any more of the Cardinals-49ers game, which doesn’t sound like much of a punishment. "We'll see how serious the NFL is about their players. By subscribing, you are agreeing to Yahoo's Terms and Privacy Policy. "Absolutely, 100 percent," Pouncey said. "At that point, it's bigger than football," Pouncey said. Rudolph appeared to try to dislodge Garrett's helmet while they were on the ground. Of course, if the NFL does go to a rule where overtimes are settled by hand-to-hand combat, a decision we wholeheartedly endorse, you clearly could do a lot worse than sending out Green as your champion. Pouncey jumped into Garrett and punched and kicked him as Steelers teammate David DeCastro pinned Garrett to the ground. What the hell? What is an NFL game in general but a fight with measurements involved?) "I mean, I've never seen him act like that or do anything like that on what happened. He could have killed him. Sources: Packers' Dillon tests positive, out Thur. clearly doesn’t stand for “genius.” Ejected: Ramsey, Green. The Packers' fix: Defensive help, a new scheme or another receiver? "Myles is a good dude," Haden said. CLEVELAND -- Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was ejected in the closing seconds of Thursday night's game against the Steelers after ripping the helmet off quarterback Mason Rudolph and striking him in the head with it. Green, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cincinnati Bengals Rundown: Ramsey knocked Green to the ground in the course of a play, and Green responded by choking Ramsey to the ground and then, amazingly enough, punching him in the helmet. Dies geschieht in Ihren Datenschutzeinstellungen. Dazu gehört der Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung Ihrer Daten durch Partner für deren berechtigte Interessen. 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Wir und unsere Partner nutzen Cookies und ähnliche Technik, um Daten auf Ihrem Gerät zu speichern und/oder darauf zuzugreifen, für folgende Zwecke: um personalisierte Werbung und Inhalte zu zeigen, zur Messung von Anzeigen und Inhalten, um mehr über die Zielgruppe zu erfahren sowie für die Entwicklung von Produkten. "What I did was foolish, and I shouldn't allow myself to slip like that," Garrett said. We had three, count ’em, three big ol’ fights resulting in five ejections. Rucker shoves Hyde to the ground, and then a bunch of yapping ensues. Ejected: Nobody! Johnson's ear was bleeding as he left the field. Garrett ejected after striking Rudolph with helmet. More from Yahoo Sports: • Deion Sanders to Romo: ‘You ain’t won nothing’ • The difficult but necessary race discussion dominating the NBA • Why Kaepernick’s lawyer is a problem for the NFL • Lakers rookie, not Ball, emerges as potential franchise cornerstone, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Then friend, Week 9 in the NFL was the week for you. We can't say that was it. Week 8 takeaways: The Dolphins are the best team in the AFC East, Female Athletes Who Will Leave You Without Words, TV Ratings: ‘Supermarket Sweep’ Dips Again, ‘Sunday Night Football’ on Top, Burrow, Bengals show finishing touch going into bye week, Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey tweets he tested positive for COVID-19 day after loss to Steelers, Jimmie Johnson Debuts No. Browns go remote as player reports symptoms, Winless Jets deal LB Williamson to 7-0 Steelers, Barnwell: Is this the end of the Patriots' dynasty? "I thought it was pretty cowardly," Rudolph said of Garrett's actions following Cleveland's 21-7 victory. "That part's football," Pouncey said. I like my NFL fights like an oil slick: an uncontrollable nightmare that leaves everyone a mess. "Obviously, stuff like that is dangerous," Mayfield said. Cleveland coach Freddie Kitchens afterward called Garrett's actions "embarrassing" and said there was "no excuse" for what Garrett had done. Plus, the players who got ejected didn’t have to watch any more of the Cardinals-49ers game, which doesn’t sound like much of a punishment. Let’s rank them, going from worst to first: Opener: Frostee Rucker vs. Carlos Hyde, Arizona Cardinals vs. San Francisco 49ers Rundown: After a late hit on 49ers quarterback CJ Beathard, Carlos Hyde got up and personal with some of the Cardinals, and Frostee Rucker slung him down like he was throwing down a sack of dog food. And then get ejected. After Roger Goodell became commissioner in 2006, the league began cracking down on players performing violent hits, as well as handing out more frequent suspensions for violating the league's personal conduct and substance abuse policies. (AP). Get the latest odds, analysis, and insights at Yahoo Sportsbook. Everything you need to know about sports betting starts here. Whether that happens remains to be seen, but here's a look at the league's previous longest bans for on-field behavior: Steelers cornerback Joe Haden, who spent the first seven seasons of his career in Cleveland, said Garrett's actions were out of character and unacceptable. Winston, out of the game because of a shoulder injury, helmet-tapped Lattimore, and then when the two were engaged, Evans powerbombed off the top rope with a shot to Lattimore’s blind side. Sie können Ihre Einstellungen jederzeit ändern. But Steelers players said those hits weren't the catalyst for the end-of-game explosion. ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports and the author of EARNHARDT NATION, on sale now at Amazon or wherever books are sold. ... That's not the first time that's happened. Discover NFL players past & present. Get all the sports news you need, direct to your inbox. Sick of dull NFL games where teams plod up and down the field with all the life and verve of a kid being ordered to go clean his room? Maurkice Pouncey called for the NFL to suspend Myles Garrett for the remainder of the season. And from there, it was on, son. "That's out of character, but a situation like that where it's an emotional game, and I allowed myself to fall into those emotions with what happened.". The game was chippy even before that point, and Steelers wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson exited the game early with concussions they suffered from helmet-to-helmet hits. 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