Steelers QB Mason Rudolph Apologizes For Actions In Statement

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph apologized for his role in the altercation that ended last Thursday's loss in Cleveland with the Browns' Myles Garrett ripping Rudolph's helmet off and hitting him on the head with it. 

In a written statement, Rudolph said he has no ill will toward Garrett. Rudolph said there is no acceptable excuse for his involvement and he should have done a better job of keeping his composure. 

Garrett has been suspended indefinitely, while Rudolph will likely be fined.

 
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