Cleveland Browns defensive end Miles Gareth may face a record-breaking stoppage time after some call one of the ugliest moments in NFL history. During a heated altercation near the end of Thursday night's game, Garrett tore off the Pittsburgh Steelers' Mason Rudolph's helmet and then punched it in Rudolph's unprotected head.
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