Munich – Locks are usually twice as painful in NHL. Because if a player is taken out of the market for a misdemeanor, there is also a fine, that is: no time pay.
Like Miles Garrett. The Cleveland Browns' defensive end has been suspended indefinitely for his attack on the helmet against the Fellestones quarterback Mason Rudolph at least until the end of the season, including in the event the Browns reach the playoffs.
Is it getting thicker?
For him, that doesn't mean money per day from eleven to 17. According to Spotrac, this is the number one pick in 2017 for about $ 1.14 million. As the ProFootballTalk reports, the Browns could try to get back the $ 5,064 million signing bonus.
With $ 1.14 million, Garrett is in fifth place this season in the list of players who lost the most money through blocking.
Leading is Taylor Levan (Titans), who spent nearly $ 4 million on doping. For Patrick Patterson of the Cardinals, this is due to taking on $ 3.8 million in efficiencies. Behind: Golden Tate (giants, fundraisers) and Bad Boy Vontaze Burfict with $ 1.8 and $ 1.16 million, respectively.
The fight in the Browns vs. Steelers game has, in any case, another epilogue. One thing is certain: In addition to Garrett, the NHL also blocked the Morikis Puniti Steel Center and Cleveland defender Larry Ogunobi for a three-and-a-half match, respectively.
Rudolf is also being punished for his role in the fight, according to NHL insider Tom Pelissero. He was ousted by Garrett eight seconds before the end of the game and then grabbed his opponent's helmet. He faces no barrier for sensitive punishment.
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