Mason Rudolph and Myles Garrett made amends after Sunday's matchup between the Steelers and Browns.
Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett exchanged words following their matchup, Sunday, and appeared to make amends after engaging in a brutal fight in 2019.
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"Onward and upward," Rudolph wrote on Twitter with a picture of the two players.
Rudolph told reporters that Garrett first approached him after the Browns' 24-22 victory: "Myles came over and said 'Good game' in the postgame. That's all it was. I told him 'Good luck,' and have a lot of respect for him."
I just don't want any grudges. I don't have any grudge against [Rudolph]. I don't have any ill intent against him. It's not like I'd have anything against him if I saw him in public or if I saw him in a game and we were suited up. I'd just play him like I play anybody else. if I saw him in public, I'd just fist-bump and walk away just like if I saw anybody else on the street that I didn't know personally. I don't have a problem with that. Other than that night, before that play and after that play, I don't think we spoke two words to each other.
The Steelers and Browns will face off again, next week, in the first round of the playoffs.