Browns’ Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely

Jordan Huddleston

Myles Garrett will not play again this season, and maybe longer.

The NFL announced Friday that the Cleveland Browns  defensive end has been suspended for the rest of this season, including the playoffs should the Browns make it, and will have to meet with the commissioner’s office before being reinstated in 2020.Garrett ripped the helmet off Pittsburgh steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and clubbed him in the head with it in the final seconds of Thursday night’s game.Garrett will appeal the suspension, a source told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. Pouncey and Ogunjobi also have three business days to file an appeal.”What I did was foolish, and I shouldn’t allow myself to slip like that,” Garrett said after the game. “That’s out of character, but a situation like that where it’s an emotional game, and I allowed myself to fall into those emotions with what happened.”