NEW YORK (WJW)-- Myles Garrett left his appeal hearing with NFL officials after two hours, ESPN's Dianna Russini reported on Wednesday.
A decision could come over the next two days, according to Russini.
The Cleveland Browns defensive end was suspended indefinitely following Thursday night's game with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the final 8 seconds, Garrett and Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph became involved in an on-field brawl. It escalated when Garrett pulled off Rudolph's helmet and hit him in the head with it.
If his suspension is not reduced, it is the longest for a single on-field incident in NFL history.