The Cleveland Browns’ Myles Garrett has put his own NFL spin on his Halloween decorations.
His yard is filled with gravestones with some well-known names, according to Bleacher Report.
There’s a Roethlisberger, Jackson, and Jones, TMZ reported.
Anyone who watches football may realize the names are for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger, Baltimore Ravens’ Lamar Jackson and New England Patriots’ Mac Jones.
He has also installed tombstones for Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow, Chicago Bears’ Justin Fields, Arizona Cardinals’ Kyler Murray and Los Angeles Chargers’ Justin Herbert.
Not everyone appreciates his choice of decoration, reminding Twitter users of a hit on a quarterback from 2019.
Garrett rushed the Steelers’ backup quarterback Mason Rudolph during the fourth quarter on Nov. 14, 2019. After the play, Garrett had his hand stuck in Rudolph’s helmet and by freeing his hand removed the quarterback’s headgear. A Pittsburgh offensive lineman held Garrett when Rudolph tried to chase him. Garrett swung the helmet, hitting Rudolph in the head, Sporting News reported.
A fight between the teams eventually took place.
After the game, Garrett said he did it because Rudolph called him a derogatory name. The NFL investigated and said they found no evidence of the word being said. Garrett was suspended. Both teams were fined for the fight, and Rudolph also received a fine, Sporting News reported.
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