Cleveland Browns Pro Bowler Myles Garrett doubled down twice this week on his claim that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph called him the N-word during an in-game altercation on Nov. 14, 2019 where Garrett attacked Rudolph with his helmet. Garrett first made the claim several days after Garrett slammed his helmet onto Rudolph’s exposed head, subsequently resulting in an indefinite suspension.
On Friday morning, a local Cleveland Browns beat reporter, Noah Hiles, posted a clip of him asking Garrett immediately after the game what provoked him to attack Rudolph.
Garrett’s response: “You just got to go look at it. I’m not going to comment on it.”
In his Friday morning tweet, Hiles said, “If he did indeed drop a racial slur, why