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1.Garrett maintains Rudolph used racial sl... (Rotoworld) Speaking in an interview with ESPN's Mina Kimes, Myles Garrett stood by his allegation that Steelers QB Mason Rudolph called him a racial slur before last November's brawl. Analysis: "He called me the N-word," Garrett said. "He called me a 'stupid N-word.'" Garrett has never wavered from his explosive accusation, though he did say he never intended for it to become public. The NFL said it "found no such evidence" during Garrett's appeal of his indefinite suspension. Garrett was reinstated on Wednesday. Rudolph has strenuously denied the allegation.3 days
2.Myles Garrett reinstated by NFL (FantasyPros) Myles Garrett will be reinstated from his indefinite NFL suspension. Analysis: Garrett met with the league office on Monday, and it appears the defensive lineman has been reinstated. The Cleveland Browns made a separate announcement, welcoming Garrett back to the team, and acknowledging that he is eager to put the past behind him.4 days
3.NFL reinstates Browns DE Myles Garrett (Rotoworld) The NFL reinstated Browns DE Myles Garrett. Analysis: The move is effective immediately and comes just days after Garrett met with Commission Roger Goodell. The star defensive end ultimately missed six games after he smacked Mason Rudolph in the head with a football helmet at the end of the Steelers vs. Browns rivalry game late last season. Garrett will have to be on his best behavior moving forward, but the Browns are thankful to have him back. Expect Garrett to compete for the sack title in 2020 now that he's cleared for the season opener.4 days
4.Myles Garrett: Reinstated by NFL (RotoWire) The NFL reinstated Garrett from his suspension Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Analysis: Garrett met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday to discuss reinstatement from his indefinite suspension. The league office didn't take long to sign off, allowing the superstar defensive end to return to action for the 2020 preseason as well as the beginning of the regular season. Garrett missed the final six games of 2019 after he was suspended for swinging a helmet at Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in Week 11. The 25-year-old pass rusher rejoins a team with a new head coach (Kevin Stefanski) and def... (More)4 days
5.Browns | Myles Garrett reinstated (thehuddle) Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett was reinstated by the NFL Wednesday, Feb. 12. Analysis: Garrett had 10 sacks in as many games before his suspension, and he was a solid DL1 in IDP leagues. Look for him as a mid-to-low DL1 in IDP drafts in 2020. 4 days
6.Myles Garrett: Meets with commissioner (RotoWire) Garrett met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday to discuss a possible reinstatement from his indefinite suspension, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Analysis: While there's still no timeline for the decision, we should have clarity soon on how long Garrett's ban will last. The 24-year-old defensive end already sat out the final six games of the 2019 season for swinging a helmet at Mason Rudolph's head in Week 11. Until his suspension is lifted, Garrett is ineligible to participate in the Browns' offseason program.6 days
7.'No timetable' for Garrett's reinstateme... (Rotoworld) Suspended Browns DE Myles Garrett met with Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday. Analysis: The 24-year-old's reinstatement was expected to occur upon meeting with league officials, but Garrett reportedly walked away without any hard timetable. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport adds that Garrett's reinstatement will fall in line provided he complete counseling and all other off-field requirements. The former No. 1 overall pick arguably remains Cleveland's most talented player and is expected to be back on the field for the team's 2020 season opener.6 days