What Myles Garrett did yesterday might not just have an impact on his football career.
Garrett could face some legal trouble off the field as well.
Appearing on ESPN’s Get Up this morning, Adam Schefter reported that both Rudolph and the Pittsburgh Steelers could file charges against Garrett for ripping off Rudolph’s helmet and whacking him on the head with it:
According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazzette Rudolph’s agent, Timothy Younger, said Friday morning that he is still gathering information on Thursday night’s incident before any decisions regarding legal or civil action on Rudolph’s behalf are made.
Meanwhile, all eyes will be on the NFL on Friday to see how long Garrett will be suspended for.