CLEVELAND (KDKA) — Myles Garrett’s six-game suspension for the violence at the end of the Steelers-Browns game on Thursday is the second-longest in NFL history, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.
Myles Garrett’s suspension of at least six games is now the second longest suspension for on-field behavior in NFL history, behind only Vontaze Burfict’s 12 game ban earlier this season.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 15, 2019
The Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict’s 12-game suspension earlier in the season is the longest.
Near the end of the Steelers vs. Browns game on Thursday violence erupted when Garrett ripped off Mason Rudolph’s helmet and the swung it at Rudolph.
Pouncey then threw punches and kicked Garrett in the head when he was down.
Pouncey was also suspended for three games for his actions in the brawl.