Rudolph's agent: All legal options on table after Steelers-Browns melee
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Mason Rudolph's agent said he isn't ruling out any legal options in the wake of the late-game fight between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.

"I am gathering all information and no options have been removed from the table," Tim Younger said via text message Friday morning, according to Brooke Pryor of ESPN.

Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett struck Rudolph with the quarterback's own helmet in the final moments of Cleveland's 21-7 win over its divisional rival.

The altercation was sparked when Garrett took Rudolph down following a pass. The quarterback appeared to pull at Garrett's helmet as the two exchanged words before getting to their feet.

As Rudolph attempted to stand up, Garrett pulled off the QB's helmet and swung it at him. Several Steelers offensive linemen then jumped in to defend Rudolph, with center Maurkice Pouncey aiming a kick at a downed Garrett's head.

The quarterback's agent tweeted his intent to review the incident following the contest.

Meanwhile, Garrett expressed regret in his postgame comments, saying, "I lost my cool."

For his part, Rudolph called Garrett's actions "cowardly."

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