Mason Rudolph: Pittsburgh Steelers QB fined $50,000 by NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph has been fined by the NFL for his role in the helmet episode from the Cleveland Browns on November 14.
The game check for Rudolph, whose base salary is $658,267 represents not over the fine.
Rudolph wasnt suspended because of his involvement in the event, which comprised Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hitting it against him and ripping the helmet.
Garrett maintained a racial slur was employed by Rudolph, though the NFL stated it found no proof of that.
Garrett has been suspended his Browns teammate Larry Ogunjobi was prohibited one game after initially getting a three-game ban, and Steelers offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey was suspended.

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