Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett made the news for all the wrong reasons in November. Now, the former No. 1 pick is becoming a hot topic once again.
In November, Garrett, who played at Arlington Martin and Texas A&M, was involved in an altercation with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, ripping his helmet off and using it as a weapon.
He was suspended indefinitely.
Monday, Garrett met with the NFL regarding his future with the league.
Garrett was also fined $45,000 for his involvement along with missing the final six games of the regular season.
Some believe the six games lost is enough, while others do not, but this is the first step toward finding out exactly how the NFL intend to deal with the actions.