Cleveland Browns fans tailgating on November 24 found the lighter side to the infamous brawl between Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers players that resulted in the indefinite suspension of the Brown’s defensive lineman Myles Garrett.
Myles Garrett was indefinitely suspended and fined $45,623 by the NFL for removing the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him with it. Garrett claims that Rudolph used a racial slur against him, reports said. Rudolph was fined $50,000 for his role on the brawl.
Some Cleveland Browns fans made light of the incident while tailgating ahead of Sunday’s game between the Browns and the Miami Dolphins.
This footage shows a young Browns fan trying to hit a pinata – featuring Rudolph’s photo and jersey number – with a Steelers helmet close to Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium. The man holding the pinata is wearing Garrett’s number 95 jersey, and a ‘Free Myles’ sign is seen in the background. Credit: @AceAcierno via Storyful