Mason Rudolph’s agent says he’s keeping his legal options open in the wake of Thursday night’s egregious helmet attack by Browns DE Myles Garrett.

On Friday, agent Tim Younger said he was “gathering all information” and that “no options have been removed from the table” after Garrett ripped off Rudolph’s helmet and swung it at his head in the closing seconds of Thursday night’s Browns-Steelers game.

Younger’s comments came before the NFL announced that Garrett would be suspended for at least the rest of the season. Meanwhile, Cleveland police announced Friday that no criminal charges will be filed in connection with the incident.

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