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The Pittsburgh Steelers motionless to dais Mason Rudolph in preference of Devlin Hodges for Sunday’s diversion opposite a Cleveland Browns.
Steelers manager Mike Tomlin done a proclamation Tuesday. Rudolph was sent to a dais in Week 12 during a diversion opposite a Cincinnati Bengals after he was 8-for-16 with 85 flitting yards and an interception. Hodges transposed him and led a Steelers to a 16-10 win.
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Tomlin told reporters that he was selecting to start Hodges since “he has not killed us,” according to ESPN. He combined that it was a one-week preference and wouldn’t dedicate past Sunday.
The preference by Tomlin also nixes any possibility – during slightest for a time being – of any plea or escalation of a quarrel between Rudolph and Browns players some-more than dual weeks after Myles Garrett took a quarterback’s helmet off and strike him with it during a fight.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph (2) passes during a initial half an NFL football diversion opposite a Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Frank Victores)
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Garrett was dangling indefinitely while Rudolph was fined $50,000. Garrett indicted Rudolph of regulating a secular offence that escalated a brawl, though Rudolph has denied a claim several times.
The Browns got a best of a Steelers during their initial matchup this season, 21-7. In that game, Rudolph was 23-for-44 flitting with 221 flitting yards, one touchdown and 4 interceptions.
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This season, Rudolph has 1,636 flitting yards, 12 touchdown passes and 9 interceptions in place of a harmed Ben Roethlisberger.