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Mason Rudolph, Myles Garrett, and several other members of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns spent much of the past week telling everyone they’d got past the ugly helmet swinging incident and even uglier accusations of racial fraud that had the teams clouded over recent meeting in Cleveland and its aftermath

Rudolph and Garrett exchanged heartfelt words on the field after the game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Photos from USA Today show Rudolph patting Garrett on the shoulder after an obvious handshake between the two

#Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph speaks to Myles Garrett of the #Browns Defensive End after Cleveland’s 24:22 win on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium

“Myles came over and said, ‘good game’, aftermath,” said Rudolph “and that was all I told him good luck I have great respect for him”

Garrett told Cleveland reporters that he wanted to give Rudolph “some praise” for keeping the Steelers in the game until the end

It was during the waning seconds of a Nov 14, 2019 Game that drove Garrett Rudolph into the ground after a screen pass when time ran out during a 21-7 Browns victory.The two exchanged words and shuffled before Garrett ripped off Rudolph’s helmet and hit him over the head. p>

Garrett was banned for the remainder of the season, and Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey also served a two-game suspension to throw punches at Garrett after the helmet swing

In Garrett’s appeal on his suspension, he accused Rudolph of the bow as what excited him.Even after an NFL investigation found that such a word was used, Garrett publicly doubled his allegations that sparked Rudolph’s wrath on social media himself and forced Rudolph’s lawyer to threaten legal action

Chris Adamski is a contributor to Tribune Review You can contact Chris via email at cadamski @ triblivecom or on Twitter

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