Garrett, while pleading his case to the league to prevent being suspended in 2019, made a shocking claim that the Pittsburgh Steelers QB, used a racial epithet.
Everything seemingly died down on the claim until Garrett was reinstated by the league this week. He immediately dove right back into what happen and doubled down on his allegations in an ESPN interview.
Rudolph took to Twitter on Saturday and blasted back at Garrett’s claims:
Rudolph’s lawyer also issued a statement, calling Garrett’s claim a “defamatory statement.”
“I support Mason Rudolph not only because I know him, but also because I was on that field immediately following the altercation with Myles Garrett, and subsequently after the game. I interacted with a lot of people in the Cleveland Browns organization – players and coaches. If Mason said what Myles claimed, it would have come out during the many interactions I had with those in the Browns’ organization. In my conversations, I had a lot of expressions of sorrow for what transpired. I received no indication of anything racial or anything of that nature in those interactions.”
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