The allegation made by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph used a racial slur during the massive brawl on Thursday Night Football threw social media in a complete frenzy.
It not only caught us off guard, but Garrett’s teammates as well.
Two Browns players were directly asked by ESPN’s local beat writer, Jake Trotter, if they heard Rudolph say anything or if they had heard anything in their locker room about a racial slur prior to today.
Neither Baker Mayfield nor Sheldon Richardson had heard anything.
Left guard and team captain Joel Bitonio came out and stated he believes Garrett.
If there’s no audio of the incident, then this is basically a he said, he said type of situation.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.