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The Myles Garrett incident had a far-reaching impact, apparently. Some poor guy named Miles Garrett has been getting a ton of Twitter heat for what Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett did on Thursday night.

On Friday morning, Miles Garrett (a sports reporter for WSBT) issued a fake formal apology after being called out by a plethora of NFL fans who had mercilessly ripped into the wrong Garrett.

Looking at this guys’s timeline, we imagine it’s been a long night with perhaps more notifications than he’s ever seen. And not the good kind.

For those who may have been doing something else and didn’t see what happened on Thursday night, Myles Garrett was mad at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. So he ripped Rudolph’s helmet off his head, then hit the quarterback on the head with an overhead swing using the helmet as a weapon.

You can see the entire crazy sequence here.

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield ripped his teammate over the “inexusable” behavior, and many NFL players called for Garrett to be suspended the rest of the season.

Not surprisingly, the NFL has suspended Garrett indefinitely for his actions as of Friday morning.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.