Garrett received an indefinite suspension - for at least the rest of the 2019 season, including the playoffs.
Using his bat, Simon plunked 19-year-old Mandy Block, who was representing "Guido", the Italian Sausage competitor.
Pittsburgh writers are also calling for a more lenient punishment than suspension for Pouncey given the situation.
"It was pretty cowardly", Rudolph said.
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was hit with a record suspension by National Football League chiefs on Friday after a helmet-swinging attack on an opponent that sent shockwaves rippling across America's most popular sport.
Although Garrett has been called for late hits on quarterback this season, this sort of attack was seemingly out of character for someone who is a self-proclaimed pacifist and poet. "I'm not going to back down from any bully out there".
"I didn't see why it started, but it's inexcusable", Mayfield said. "That is just endangering the other team".
"The reality of it, he's going to get suspended, and that's going to hurt our team". There are 52 other guys on the team that that hurt, and it is going to hurt moving forward.
Commentating on the game, Joe Buck described the incident as "one of the worst things I've ever seen on a professional sports field".
Following the Browns' 21-7 over the Steelers victory, Garrett told reporters, "What I did was foolish, and I shouldn't allow myself to slip like that", Garrett said after the game. That prompted Rudolph to get up and chase after Garrett, which is when the defensive end swung the helmet. Garrett then grabbed Rudolph's helmet by the facemask and ripped it off his head.
Browns defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi was suspended one game for shoving Rudolph in the back.
Browns' head coach Freddie Kitchens said the incident left him embarrassed. I'm embarrassed. Myles is embarrassed. He understands what he did.
"Our players, coaches and everyone in the Steelers organization understand that we must always maintain composure, no matter what happens". After absorbing Randall's full-speed helmet-to-helmet hit, Johnson left the game with a concussion and bleeding from his ears and could barely make it to the sideline injury tent for evaluation.
NFL Network also noted that the league was investigating Rudolph's conduct immediately prior to the incident, with the possibility of fining him as well, if he provoked a conflict with Garrett, and players who rallied from the benches to the endzone exchange could potentially be fined as well.
Asked whether he faces a possible suspension, too, Pouncey replied, "At this point, who cares?" "Being hit on your uncovered head by a helmet being swung by a 275-pound DE is not one of them".
"Of course, it's hard, but I think we have the men in the room to accept the challenge, " said Kitchens.
"We are in support of anybody getting an opportunity to play football", Haslam said. Garrett met with Kitchens and apologized to the team and Rudolph in a statement after the league announced his suspension.
The Steelers and Browns meet again on 1 December.
"Bro I can't even believe that just happen", wrote Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Twitter.