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    Mason Ruldoph Responses to Myles Garrett

    The Steelers back-up QB Mason Ruldoph broke his silence on Saturday morning about Myles Garrett‘s accusations. He quote-tweeted this SportsCenter tweet to call Garrett a liar. 1000% False. Bold-Faced Lie. I did not, have not, and would not utter a racial-slur. This is a disgusting and reckless attempt to assassinate my character. https://t.co/mZcEcC0tCl — Mason […]

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    You have no choice but lawsuit now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelr4evr View Post
    You have no choice but lawsuit now.
    Yup, looks like Rudolph's lawyers are preparing to do just that.


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    "This obviously was not the first time Mr. Rudolph had been sacked by an African American player."

    This line is pure comedy. Not sure why, but I keep chuckling when I read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tibs View Post
    "This obviously was not the first time Mr. Rudolph had been sacked by an African American player."

    This line is pure comedy. Not sure why, but I keep chuckling when I read it.
    With a name like Rudolph, had it been someone of Hebrew ancestry it may have been a different story. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelr4evr View Post
    You have no choice but lawsuit now.
    My guess is it will be threatened as I believe it already has, and I'm no lawyer but..............
    at the point where Garrett makes his initial claim days after the incident the burden of proof fell upon him. No one could corroborate hearing what Rudolph supposedly said. Therefore no action could be taken. If Rudolph launches a lawsuit the burden flips. So they bring all the immediate witnesses before the judge and each says I didn't hear him say that. Garrett's lawyer's first question for every single one would be "Could you have missed what he said?" Then They bring Garrett up and he says he was in shock from the incident blah, blah blah. Case dismissed. Its a classic school yard story. I'm sorry, but the lawsuit might be filed, because it is fairly cheap, but I'm pretty sure a good lawyer knows if it is viable or not. And I really doubt it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerSask View Post
    My guess is it will be threatened as I believe it already has, and I'm no lawyer but..............
    at the point where Garrett makes his initial claim days after the incident the burden of proof fell upon him. No one could corroborate hearing what Rudolph supposedly said. Therefore no action could be taken. If Rudolph launches a lawsuit the burden flips. So they bring all the immediate witnesses before the judge and each says I didn't hear him say that. Garrett's lawyer's first question for every single one would be "Could you have missed what he said?" Then They bring Garrett up and he says he was in shock from the incident blah, blah blah. Case dismissed. Its a classic school yard story. I'm sorry, but the lawsuit might be filed, because it is fairly cheap, but I'm pretty sure a good lawyer knows if it is viable or not. And I really doubt it is.
    Can still sue him for battery, that one will stick.


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    They really should like detector this guy, as he continues to attack Mason's character. Or Mason take one and show the results.
    Down in a hole and I don't know if I can be saved
    See my heart I decorate it like a grave
    You don't understand who they thought
    I was supposed to be
    Look at me now a man
    Who won't let himself be

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    Unfortunately for Mason, it doesn't matter who is telling the truth because people believe whatever they want to and his character is damaged for the rest of his life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerFan448 View Post
    Unfortunately for Mason, it doesn't matter who is telling the truth because people believe whatever they want to and his character is damaged for the rest of his life.
    I think the only peeps who will believe Garrett is ignorant people. And who gives a fuck what they believe.
    Down in a hole and I don't know if I can be saved
    See my heart I decorate it like a grave
    You don't understand who they thought
    I was supposed to be
    Look at me now a man
    Who won't let himself be

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    So for any stupid ignorant fools lurking here I want to point out that there were multiple mic’d up players in the vicinity of the incident along with network sound recordings and other audio sources.

    As with every prior allegation the NFL has had about racist remarks on the field the nfl investigated... it has never been shy about punishing players for such remarks.

    There is this totally obtuse train of thought going around Cleveland that the league claims no recordings of the incident took place because they are covering it up, but that’s literally an ignorant interpretation based off of taking a statement out of context and spinning it to your agenda

    The truth is that the nfl’s statement was that they didn’t find any record of him saying anything racist, not that there weren’t any records of the incident... literally they listened to everything and nothing corroborated what garrett claims... because Rudolph never actually said it...


    Face it, Garrett just lied to try to get out of trouble. He is a piece of shit... he belongs in shitty browns colors on a shitty browns team...

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    Quote Originally Posted by slashsteel View Post
    I think the only peeps who will believe Garrett is ignorant people. And who gives a fuck what they believe.
    Mason Rudolph probably cares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdk2 View Post
    Can still sue him for battery, that one will stick.


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    The battery sticks, it might be counter sued for his minor stuff in the melee, but regardless. What are his damages? Does he have physical trauma? And if he goes mental trauma he is saying he is a NFL QB that is mentally damaged from the incident so he better make a shitload in the lawsuit cause that will be hanging over his career. Honestly I think his best course of action if he DIDN'T say that. And I assume he did not based upon everything that happened in the aftermath. But I do not KNOW he did not. Would be to publicly approach an organization like ESPN and state he would take a polygraph if Garrett would as well with the proceeds of his appearance going to disadvantage youth sport in Pittsburgh or wherever.

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    Love it! Rudolph did what I said he should and call Garrett a flat out liar. Now, I definitely hope his attorney files a defamation suit against Garrett. Although, it probably won't go anywhere.

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    This has become a no win situation for both players.
    Myles will have half the world viewing him as a liar and Mason will have half the world viewing him as a racist.
    There are posts on instagram stating " I believe Myles because he is black" and there are posts with Mason wearing a KKK hood....

    Damage has been done..... only one that benefits going forward are lawyers

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    Does Myles look like Jussie's darker-skinned bigger brother?



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    Mason Ruldoph Responses to Myles Garrett

    What this amounts to is a guy trying to justify a horrible act where he lost control so he plays the race card days after the altercation.
    ďIíll say he called me the N word and my actions will look justifiedĒ. Thatís what this amounts to.
    Thatís not only disrespectful to Rudolph but to the black race. Heís using something so sensitive to justify his actions where he lost control.
    This closes the book for me on Garrett who is truly a man without morals.


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    Just when you thought I was done! I'll be feasting on the NFL come 2020.

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    I blame the NFL here. Part of Garrett's reinstatement should have been to muzzle this shit. It should have been. if you want to continue this story, fine you need to submit to a polygraph. If you pass, say what you want. If you fail, you better STFU about it or we are turning over that evidence to Mason's lawyers.

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    Calling someone a name isn’t illegal. Using a helmet as a weapon with intent to injure is a crime.

    They should file a lawsuit against that asshole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skott View Post
    Calling someone a name isn’t illegal. Using a helmet as a weapon with intent to injure is a crime.

    They should file a lawsuit against that asshole.
    In today's society, calling someone a name is enough cause to hurt or possibly kill someone... well then again, depends on who is calling who a name as well.

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