Browns’ Garrett made slur allegation immediately after game

Some people have been skeptical about Myles Garrett’s claim that Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used a racial slur in part because the accusation did not come out until a week after the two players got into an altercation, but apparently Garrett first brought it up immediately after the Steelers-Browns game on Nov. 14.

Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported Sunday that he knew about Garrett’s allegation the night of the game. Glazer said the Browns were made aware of it the day after the Thursday night game, and that was one of the reasons the team did not grant Garrett permission to sit down for an interview with Glazer last weekend. 

You can see the relevant portion of Glazer’s report at the 42-second mark below:

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