Editorial

John Dorsey Says Myles Garrett Told Him About Alleged Racial Slur From Mason Rudolph After The Game

(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
Font Size:

The situation between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph continues to get worse, and now former Browns GM John Dorsey is involved.

Garrett is standing firm that the Steelers quarterback called him the n-word during their altercation, which resulted in the Browns superstar getting suspended. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Dorsey texted the Akron Beacon Journal that Garrett’s claims he told him right after the came are “correct” and that “it’s the truth.”

There is still no proof of any kind other than Garrett’s word that this even happened. Nobody else on the field heard Rudolph say a racial slur and none of the mics picked it up.

Despite that, Garrett isn’t back down, and Rudolph’s people have hinted they might sue him.

I really have no idea what is going to happen with this situation, but it seems like it’s only getting worse and worse with every single day that goes.

At some point, we just have to move forward, and Garrett’s lack of evidence isn’t great for him. Keep checking back for more updates on the situation when we have them.