Myles Garrett Reiterates Mason Rudolph Used A Racial Slur

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(93.7 The Fan) - Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is repeating his claim about Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph using a racial slur just before Garrett acted out violently during a game in November.

Garrett was interviewed on ESPN's Outside The Lines.

“I go to take him down, he said some words as we’re going down,” said Garrett.

Asked what Rudolph said to him Garrett responded, “I mean he called me the N word, he called me a stupid N word.”

In his first in-depth interview since his suspension, Myles Garrett opens up on what happened during that Week 11 incident. pic.twitter.com/PfiBaINSPT

— Outside The Lines (@OTLonESPN) February 14, 2020

Garrett was suspended indefinitely for ripping Rudolph's helmet off and hitting him in the head with it.

He was reinstated by the NFL on Thursday.

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