CLEVELAND – A nasty contest between the arch rival Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers got really ugly with just 8 seconds left in .
After Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph appeared to try to remove Browns defensive end Myles Garrett’s helmet while the two were tussling on the ground, the second-year passer then had his own helmet ripped off by the Pro Bowl pass rusher. Garrett then swung the helmet and connected with the head of Rudolph, who suffered a concussion earlier this season. A mini-melee broke out in Pittsburgh’s end zone with center Maurkice Pouncey kicking Garrett. Several Steelers left the bench and ran onto the field before cooler heads prevailed.
Garrett, Pouncey and Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi, who pushed Rudolph to the ground