The Browns will be minus defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi Sunday, as Wednesday the league announced that his one-game suspension will stand, meaning he’s out for the game against the Dolphins.
Ogunjobi’s suspension stems from the incident in the game against the Steelers in which he shoved QB Mason Rudolph to the ground from behind during the end of the game brawl.
The Browns are still awaiting the decision by the league about defensive end Myles Garrett, who is facing an indefinite suspension for his role in the brawl.
Garrett appeared in New York on Wednesday to meet with the league an appeal the suspension for hitting Rudolph with his own helmet
The NFL likely will have a decision on Garrett in the next 1-2 days.
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