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Cleveland fans use Mason Rudolph piñata to swing at with a Steelers helmet


Some Cleveland Browns fans don’t seem to be taking Myles Garrett’s suspension well.

Before the Browns’ Week 12 tilt with the Miami Dolphins, a select few fans were seen using a Pittsburgh Steelers helmet to strike a Mason Rudolph piñata. Watch below.

In case you were living under a rock, tensions got high in the Browns and Steelers Week 11 tilt. In the waning moments of the Cleveland win, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped the helmet off of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. After a few words were exchanged, Garrett struck Rudolph on the head with his helmet.

Garrett was suspended indefinitely for his actions, including the rest of the regular season and postseason if the Browns were to make it. Rudolph was not given a suspension. Though, he did earn a $50,000 fine for his actions in the fight, including initiating contact. Garrett claimed he said a racial slur, yet the NFL did not find proof.

The Steelers will host the Browns on Dec. 1.

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