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Steelers coach Mike Tomlin defended quarterback Mason Rudolph against claims by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett that Rudolph used a racial epithet during their November fracas.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett sat down with Mina Kimes for an interview first broadcast on ESPN's "Outside the Lines." Speaking the day after he had been reinstated by the NFL, following indefinite suspension, it was the first time Garrett spoke publicly since his on-field altercation with Mason Rudolph. In November, Garrett struck the Steelers QB in the head with Rudolph's own helmet. Today, ESPN Daily offers an extended version of Garrett's interview. Then, Adam Schefter discusses the response to Garrett's remarks from Mason Rudolph, his coach Mike Tomlin, and the NFL.
Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph calls Myles Garrett's claim he used a racial slur toward him "1000% false."
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, in an interview with Outside the Lines, again alleged that Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph directed a racial slur at him just prior to the November brawl that led to 33 players being disciplined.
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert says Ben Roethlisberger's rehab is going well and he is not at the end of his career.
After apologizing to the Steelers organization last week, Antonio Brown singled out Ben Roethlisberger on Instagram, writing that he didn't realize "how good I had it" playing with his former quarterback.
Sometimes you just need to go somewhere new. For high-priced QBs such as Derek Carr, Cam Newton and Nick Foles, playing for a new team in 2020 could make a lot of sense.
He wanted out of Miami to focus on one position, but now Fitzpatrick doesn't want to see his production drop and is embracing moves around the field.
Antonio Brown issued a public apology to the Pittsburgh Steelers, telling 93.7 The Fan on Thursday that he is sorry for being a distraction.
A new home for Todd Gurley? How badly do you want Tua Tagovailoa? Who will be the QB when the Raiders open in Las Vegas? NFL Nation reporters make their bold predictions for the 2020 offseason.
The Steelers signed general manager Kevin Colbert to a one-year extension Wednesday that will keep him under contract through the 2021 NFL draft.
The Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes. The 49ers have continuity. The Patriots have Bill Belichick. Let's get optimistic about all 32 teams.
Troy Polamalu, Edgerrin James, Steve Atwater, Steve Hutchinson and Isaac Bruce were the five players elected on Saturday for enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Troy Polamalu, picked in his first year of eligibility, heads a class that includes Steve Atwater, Isaac Bruce, Steve Hutchinson and Edgerrin James.
We polled our experts for our annual survey on which modern-era finalists would make their ballots. Who made the cut?
Lamar to set records? Lions to the playoffs? Kamara to catch 100? We assess whether we were right on, way off or somewhere in between.
Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, who played alongside Antonio Brown with the Steelers, said he's "concerned, like you guys" about his former teammate.
Michael Gallup took his game to another level. Justin Simmons boosted his free-agent stock. Aaron Jones dominated -- and stayed healthy.