By John Newby – November 24, 2019 01:05 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Friday, the NFL upheld the indefinite suspension of Cleveland Browns defender Myles Garrett for clubbing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet. However, that does not necessarily mean that the league would prefer that Garrett never steps onto the field again. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sunday morning that the NFL hopes to have the defender back on the Browns’ active roster in 2020. League sources have informed ESPN that the NFL has mandated that Garrett must meet with the commissioner’s office during the offseason in order to pave the way for his reinstatement. The reported reason for this is that the league wants to see how he reacts to the lengthy suspension, as well as the $45,623 fine for his role in a Thursday night brawl between the Steelers and Browns. The report continues by saying that the league will keep an open mind during the offseason meeting. They hope that Garrett’s behavior meets expectations and that his answers are “accurate.” If so, there is a strong chance that he will be back in the lineup for the 2020 season. Garrett was originally… Read full this story
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