Along with Myles Garrett receiving a 6-game suspension plus the playoffs, Maurkice Pouncey also received a 3-game ban after he came in with fists and legs swinging on the Cleveland Browns defensive end after he watched him hit his quarterback with a helmet in the head.
Pouncey won’t be getting paid for those games, but there is no reason to not get any money during that time period.
Primanti’s Bros in Pittsburgh took to Twitter and offered a three-week bouncer gig to Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey following the Steelers-Browns brawl. 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.
“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.
“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.”