Munich – Keys are usually twice as painful as in the NFL. Because if a player is taken for violations of the market, there is also a monetary penalty, namely: there is no salary for the moment.
Like Myles Garrett. Cleveland Brown's defensive end was suspended for his helmet attack on Mason Rudolph's Steelers quarterback, at least until the end of the season, including if the Browns reached the playoffs.
Is it getting fatter?
For him it means there is no money for the day from Matchday Eleventh 17. According to "Spotrac", this is the number one choice for 2017 at around $ 1.14 million. As reported by "ProFootballTalk", Brown could also try to get a portion of the re-signing bonus worth 5,064 million dollars.
With $ 1.14 million, Garrett is in fifth place this season in the rankings of the players who have lost the most money through blocking.
The leader is Taylor Lewan (Titans), who spent nearly $ 4 million on doping. For Patrick Peterson of the Cardinals, it was caused by taking a $ 3.8 million performance improvement fund. Behind: Golden Tate (Giants, performance improvement funds) and Bad Boy Vontaze Burfict (Raiders, hit forbidden) with 1.8 and 1.16 million dollars.
The fight in the Browns game against the Steelers in any case, another epilogue. One thing is certain: Besides Garrett, the NFL also blocked Steelers Center Maurkice Pouncey and Cleveland defensive midfielder Larry Ogunjobi for three and one match respectively.
As NFL insiders, Tom Pelissero, Rudolph were also sentenced for their role in the fight. He was dropped by Garrett eight seconds before the end of the match and then grabbed his opponent's helmet. He found no barriers to sensitive fines.
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