Here’s the latest chapter in NFL racial controversies.
ESPN is reporting that Myles Garrett alleged that Pittsburgh Steeler Quarterback Mason Rudolph called him a racial slur during an appeal to the indefinite suspension he received from the NFL after Garrett’s attacking of Rudolph with his helmet.
During a Thursday night NFL game, last week, Garrett ripped the QB’s helmet off his head during an altercation after a play and then using it as a weapon to slam against Rudolph’s bare head.
But in a new twist, Garrett is claiming there is more to the story.
In an appeal hearing with the NFL on Wednesday, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett alleged that Mason Rudolph called him a racial slur