All told, 33 players received fines from the fight at the end of Cleveland’s 21-7 victory:
Defensive end Myles Garrett received the worst of it, as in addition to an indefinite suspension, he was fined $45,623 for a combination of unnecessary roughness, unsportsmanlike conduct, removing the helmet of Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph and using said helmet to knock Rudolph in the head.
Defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi picked up a one-game suspension for unnecessary roughness after pushing Rudolph to the ground, but has his fined rescinded on appeal.
Every other Browns player on the list was hit with a fine of $3,507 for entering the fight. The Browns franchise was also fined $250,000.
#Browns Damarious Randall fine $28,075 for unnecessary roughness for helmet-to-helmet hit. DE Chad Thomas $21,056 for a hit on a quarterback. CB Greedy Williams $28,075 for unnecessary roughness for helmet-to-helmet hit.— Scott Petrak ct (@ScottPetrak) November 23, 2019
Three Browns players were hit with additional fines for their actions earlier in the game:
- Safety Damarious Randall was fined $28,075 for unnecessary roughness after a helmet-to-helmet hit on Pittsburgh wide receiver Diontae Johnson that left Johnson with a concussion and led to Randall’s ejection.
- Cornerback Greedy Williams was fined $28,075 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Pittsburgh wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster that knocked Smith-Schuster out of the game. Safety Morgan Burnett also hit Smith-Schuster on the same play, but was not fined.
- Defensive end Chad Thomas was fined $21,056 for a roughing the passer hit on Rudolph.
The Browns and the Steelers will meet again on December 1 in Pittsburgh.