PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Primanti Bros. is offering a three-week bouncer gig to Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey following the Steelers-Browns brawl.

Pouncey, who Primanti Bros. is dubbing the Steelers’ “Team Bouncer,” is facing a three game suspension after a violent end to Thursday night’s game in Cleveland.

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The Pittsburgh-based restaurant said it’s reaching out to Pouncey to see if he’d be interested in working the door at Primanti’s original location in the Strip, starting today.

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“Primanti’s offer to hire Pouncey for three-weeks is completely unrelated to his three-week suspension for protecting, ‘his man,’ Steelers’ Quarterback Mason Rudolph,” Primanti’s wrote in a press release.

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Pouncey responded on Twitter, saying:

“What’s the pay looking like ? Missing a few checks next couple weeks”

Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett used Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet as a weapon to hit him on the head. Pouncey then threw punches and a kick at the Browns player.

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“The job of protecting Rudolph, I mean… the Strip District Primanti Bros. is bigger than any game,” said said Toni Haggerty, the Strip District Primanti’s manager in a press release. “We take it seriously and will only hire the best.”