Garrett Suspension Upheld, Pouncey Reduced One Game

The Browns DE reportedly alleged Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used a racial slur Thursday night

Andrew Limberg
November 21, 2019 - 3:05 pm

© Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

(93.7 The Fan) - Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey’s suspension has been reduced from three to two games and Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett’s indefinite suspension has been upheld.

Pouncey will miss the rematch against the Browns next weekend at Heinz Field.

Garrett had reportedly alleged that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph used a racial slur against him and that it what prompted him to lose his temper, rip Rudolph’s helmet off of his head and then hit him in the head with it.

That argument didn’t seem to persuade the league to reduce his suspension.

The Steelers/Browns matchup was moved to 1 p.m. after originally being slotted for 4:25.

 

___
Follow 93.7 The Fan: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Listen to 93.7 The Fan on the Radio.com App - Download Now