33 players have been fined after a brawl in a the NFL match between Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.
The violent fights in the battle between the two NFL team Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers 14. november has ended up being an expensive affair.
on Saturday, it emerged that 33 players have been awarded fines by the NFL for their involvement in the scramble that broke out in the dying seconds, when Cleveland's Myles Garrett tackled the Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph.
After addressing came Garrett and Rudolph up each other's throats, which resulted in Garrett rev Rudolphs helmet and struck the quarterback in the head with it. It triggered a major tangle between several of the players from the two teams.
in addition to the 33 players are either team has been awarded the big fines of 250,000 dollars, or the equivalent of approximately 1.7 million Danish kroner.
The biggest fines among the players was awarded to Mason Rudolph, Myles Garrett and Ensobet Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, who, after Garrett had beaten Rudolph with the helmet began to kick and beat on the Cleveland player.
The 30 other players have been fined, in what is the equivalent of about 24.000 dollars, to go into the area where the scramble was going on.
all in All, the amount the fines to 732.422 dollar, which is equivalent to just under five million dollars.
Myles Garrett got a fine of 45,000 dollars for his role in the scramble, but have also been quarantined in the rest of the season, which means that he is going to miss out of 7.7 million dollars in lost wages. Cleveland-the quarantine can end up with continue in the next year's season, but it is not yet determined.
the Garretts teammate Larry Ogunjobi has also been quarantined in one battle to have run into and knocked over Mason Rudolph, after the Pittsburgh player had been knocked in the head with his own helmet of Garrett.
Maurkice Pouncey has also been awarded a quarantine on the two matches.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 24 November 2019, 08:00