Myles Garrett, the defensive end for the Cleveland Browns, was reinstated on Wednesday. The reinstatement took place two days after meeting with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Garrett had been suspended indefinitely after ripping off Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hitting the Steelers quarterback in the back of the head on Nov. 14. Garrett tried to appeal the suspension, but it was upheld and he missed the last six games of the season.
The Cleveland Browns general manager, Andrew Berry, has stated that Garrett is grateful to be reinstated and that Garrett is “eager to put the past behind him continue to evolve and grow as a leader.”