Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is expected to reinstated after meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Monday according to the Akron Beacon Journal.
Garrett and Goodell met about his reinstatement in New York Monday morning.
The Browns defensive lineman was suspended for the final six games of the season after he ripped the helmet off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and swung it at him, hitting him in the head.
The NFL indefinitely suspended Garrett for his action. His punishment was the stiffest levied by the league, which suspended two other players and fined both teams $250,000 for the incident.
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