Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett DOUBLES DOWN on allegation against Steelers QB Mason Rudolph. SMH.



Myles Garrett, the Jussie Smollett of the NFL?
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  1. DATE 2/19/2020
    I AGREE WITH YOU 100%
    I THINK THAT CAT IS AMPING UP HIS STORY AND TRYING TO DRAW ATTENTION TO HIS PUBLIC PROFILE
    WHILE HE TRIES TO TEAR DOWN ANOTHER PLAYERS REPUTATION!
    '.A SAYING I ONCE HEARD >>>>>
    "BIG DOGS BARK LOUD, BUT THAT DONT MEAN YOU HAVE TO THROW THEM A BONE".
    NUFF SAID, PEACE OUT!

  2. So I'll be honest, I believe Myles' account more than I trust the NFL.

    By that I mean, the NFL apparently has no audio (hard to believe), has given him a light penalty in comparison to the action (What? For a defensive player?) and took a stance of "we've moved on, nothing to see here". Given all that, their history of covering shit up and how they protect QB's; I tend to lean on Garrett's side.

    BUT, you're a smart guy, an O-Lineman at that. You went to a prodigious school, played in the league, and on top of all that played one of the most intelligent-based/difficult/most respected (least appreciated) in the NFL.

    You've changed my opinion. Thank you for the video. Great content keep it up.

  3. I have dealed with racism but myles lieing because come on mason Rudolph would be doing career suicide and saying the n word playing in a sport thats mostly black Garrett probably still mad about being suspended for the last games of the year but man he got to let it go.

  4. As someone who played football with Myles Garrett throughout high school, I can definitely say I have NO idea where this all is coming from with him He was generally considered an extremely friendly, but shy and reserved dude who would get teased a LOT but never even came close to snapping.

    I wish hed go back to that instead of this crap.

  5. If Mason did use the n-word then their still both idiots for fighting on the field. However, I get that the n-word is a naughty word but why is that word being used by the black community, don't give me wrong I understand why people get mad about white people using it but black people use it too so you can't have it both ways.

  6. "I dont wanna make it about race thou" thats what he said after accusing him 2nd time be man about it, if he called you that say it that way it was racial dont be a kid about it sounding like he has to repeat himself to assure himself.

  7. ESPN did a softball interview. If the accusation were true, why was his demeanor so calm in the locker room after the game? Why wasn't his coaches immediately informed about what set him off? And how is it possible for Rudolph to call him that word and no one else heard it? With crowd noise, game play noise and all the other commotion happening on the field, Rudolph would have had to say it loud enough for Garrett to hear it and the other players and ref in close proximity would have heard it too. Why did Garrett wait until his appeal hearing to make the accusation? He cost his team a potential Playoff spot. Wouldn't you want your coaches, teammates and owners to know Why? So why would Garrett Lie ? Well, can think of 2+ millions of dollars why. He lost a lot of money while on suspension. Not only did he lose money from missed games and bonuses but he also lost possible endorsement deals. Like Uche said, he was building a reputation of being a dirty player like Burfict. His reaction reinforced the image. He is trying to rehab that image at the expense of slandering a backup QB who is not a high profile player. He doesn't care what damage he does to Rudolph's future career or earning potential. He only cares about his own "Chicken". Regardless, his reaction isn't justified no mater what was said or not said. He's supposed to be a professional. TRASH talk happens all the time. It's no excuse to him possibly causing serious injury or possible death to Rudolph by smashing a helmet to his head. Garrett got lucky there was no serious injury or he wouldn't be fortunate to still have a career. He should feel fortunate but instead of allowing himself to learn and grow from this, he wants to minimize his culpability. If that word was used and he felt so offended that he lost control, why wait so long to do an interview with ESPN? If he wanted to be believed and understood, this interview and th accusation should have been made immediately.

  8. I know people do stupid things in the heat of the moment… But why would a BACKUP QB, surrounded by black/multi ethnic players on both sides of the ball, ever jeopardize his career and reputation by saying something so ignorant? Doesn't make much sense to me.

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