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Myles Garrett Says Mason Rudolph Brawl Was 'Foolish' and 'Out of Character'
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AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez An off-duty sheriff's deputy and two off-duty police officers were the first to respond to the scene of a shooting at a Southern California high school — because they were dropping off their own family members for school. Two students were killed and three were left injured in the shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarity Valley, which is north of Los Angeles. The gunman was also left in grave condition after he attempted to take his own life after the shooting. The first responders reported to the scene at approximately 7:40 a.m., shortly after the first shots rang out, and began treating victims to stem the bleeding. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An off-duty sheriff's deputy and two off-duty police officers were the first to respond to the scene of a shooting at a Southern California high school — because they were dropping off their own family members for school. Two students were killed, and three were left injured in the shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarity Valley, which is north of Los Angeles. The 16-year-old gunman was also taken to the hospital in critical condition after attempting to take his own life after the shooting. The entire incident unfolded over 16 seconds, law enforcement officials said.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:2 students are dead and 3 are injured after a high-school shooting in Santa Clarita, California. The gunman is also in 'grave' condition.Students at the Santa Clarita school where 2 people were killed and 4 were injured in a shooting say their sense of safety 'will forever be ruined'There have been 366 mass shootings in the US so far in 2019 — here's the full list
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Baker Mayfield rips teammate Myles Garrett for hitting Mason Rudolph in head with his helmet
AP Photo/David Richard Thursday night's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns ended in a brutal brawl when Myles Garrett struck Mason Rudolph with his own helmet. After the game, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield called out Garrett for his role in the fight, calling it "inexcusable" and predicting a looming suspension. Reporters and commentators commended Mayfield for his words on Twitter. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Thursday night's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns ended in a brutal brawl, with Browns standout defender Myles Garrett attacking Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet. The fight broke out in the final seconds of the game, with the Browns holding a 21-7 lead and the Steelers down to their final plays before time expired. Garrett had brought Rudolph down on the play, and after trading words, ripped off his helmet and swung it at the Pittsburgh quarterback.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:'Thursday Night Football' ends with an ugly brawl and star defender Myles Garrett hitting QB Mason Rudolph in the head with a helmetBaker Mayfield asked Browns fans to be quieter after the noise caused brutal false start penaltyLamar Jackson staked his claim to the MVP with a brilliant video game-like touchdown run
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Myles Garrett hit Mason Rudolph with his own helmet, sparking a massive brawl
Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Garrett used Mason Rudolph’s helmet as a weapon on the quarterback’s exposed head, sparking a brawl on Thursday night. The end of Thursday’s game between the Steelers and Browns was absolute mayhem. There was a brawl that had players on both teams ejected and likely suspended. But it was more than that because of the unprecedented action that started the fight. With five seconds on the clock, and the Browns up 21-7, Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett ripped the helmet off of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph at the end of a play. He then used that helmet as a blunt weapon. He swung it at Rudolph’s head, connected, and started a bench-clearing brawl near the end zone. Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey punched and kicked a downed Garrett in retaliation. He was joined by his fellow offensive linemen in striking Garrett after he was wrestled to the ground. Then both teams got involved and it got even messier: This is all ugly— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) November 15, 2019 Garrett, Pouncey and Larry Ogunjobi were the players ejected on the play. You can see Ogunjobi hitting Rudolph after Garrett hit him with the helmet. Not that it excuses anything, but Garrett’s anger can likely be attributed to Rudolph apparently trying to pull off his helmet prior to the brawl: What was Rudolph even doing here? This is all so— Zito (@_Zeets) November 15, 2019 What the Browns and Steelers said after the game Speaking to Erin Andrews after the game, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was quick to condemn the whole thing. “I didn’t see why it started, but it’s inexcusable,” Mayfield said. “I don’t care, rivalry or not, we can’t do that. That’s kind of the history of what’s been going on here — hurting yourself — and that’s just endangering the other team. It’s inexcusable. [Garrett] knows that. I hope he does now. It’s tough.” Mayfield was blunt when saying what it means for Garrett and the Browns going forward. “The reality is, he’s going to get suspended. We don’t know how long, and that hurts our team. We can’t do that. We can’t continue to hurt this team.” Pouncey was asked if Garrett should be suspended. “Absolutely, 100 percent,” Pouncey said. “We’ll see how serious the NFL is about its players.” He was also asked if he had ever been that angry before and responded, “I blacked out. I don’t even remember it really.” The helmet connected with the crown of his head, but Rudolph stayed in the game for the final snap. That’s irrelevant when it comes to punishment and the public’s judgment — the intent behind swinging what is effectively a lethal weapon at the exposed head of another player is damning for Garrett. This was an absolute disaster, and we’ll surely have plenty of follow-up information from both teams and the league office.
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Myles Garrett uses helmet to clock Mason Rudolph’s head in fight
CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns kept fighting long after the outcome had been decided, and it likely will cost them their best defensive player. Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hit him with it in the head in the final seconds as the Browns’ 21-7 win over the...
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Browns' Baker Mayfield Slams Myles Garrett's 'Inexcusable' Fight vs. Steelers
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'Thursday Night Football' ends with an ugly brawl and star defender Myles Garrett hitting QB Mason Rudolph in the head with a helmet
Fox Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet during a brawl at the end of "Thursday Night Football." Three players were ejected and Garrett is facing a lengthy suspension. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Cleveland Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 21-7, on "Thursday Night Football," but the big story is the brawl that ended the game and star defender Myles Garrett hitting Steelers quarterback in the head with his helmet. With under 15 seconds to go, Rudolph threw a pass and was taken to the ground by Garrett. Rudolph appeared to take exception to the aggressiveness by Garrett who then ripped the helmet off of Rudolph.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:Baker Mayfield asked Browns fans to be quieter after the noise caused brutal false start penaltyPatrick Mahomes' jump-pass touchdown once again proved he's unlike any other quarterback in the leagueLamar Jackson staked his claim to the MVP with a brilliant video game-like touchdown run
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'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' Is Strong With the Force
Traditional in its approach to the material but elegant in its craftsmanship, the game is one of the best 'Star Wars' games ever made.
'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' is a terrific and welcome surprise
I'm just going to say this once, and only because it actually applies: Fallen Order is the Dark Souls of Star Wars games. I know. I KNOW. I wouldn't say it if it weren't true. Knowledgeable players who have a broad range of tastes will no doubt spot other sources of inspiration. But the skeletal framework on which Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is built owes a great deal Dark Souls and its ilk. The latest Star Wars adventure is a melee action game that has you smacking all sorts of familiar baddies with a lightsaber. You are Cal Kestis, a survivor of the Order 66 Jedi purge who's lived life on the run ever since. Read more...More about Star Wars, Electronic Arts, Respawn Entertainment, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, and Entertainment
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Election influencers: fight for Canterbury plays out on social media
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review – the force is strong in this one
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review — A series-defining adventure
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a great game for the series, but it's more than that. It's also one of the best games of the year.
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Jedi: Fallen Order shows that a good Star Wars game doesn’t have to be original
Part Zelda, part Tomb Raider, part Uncharted — all Star Wars There’s little about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order that actually feels new. The latest game from Titanfall and Apex Legends studio Respawn, Fallen Order is an action-adventure game that’s something of a mish-mash of its contemporaries, blending elements of Tomb Raider, Breath of the Wild, Uncharted, God of War, and more, before slathering the concoction with a fine layer of Star Wars mythology. The result isn’t groundbreaking, but it will be a relief for long-suffering Star Wars fans. Fallen Order doesn’t have to be great: it’s enough to know that this is a solid Star Wars game that really makes you feel like a Jedi. It even has a cute droid. Fallen Order takes place after the events of Revenge of the Sith, when all of the Jedi have been purged from the galaxy at the command of Emperor Palpatine. You play as Cal, a Jedi Padawan who managed to escape the Empire and is now living a quiet, solitary life as a scrapper, shut off from the Force. Naturally, it’s not long until he’s forced to abandon that life and is pulled back into the never-ending struggle between the light and dark sides. He joins up with some Resistance members for an ambitious plan: to uncover a hidden list of Force-sensitive children, and ultimately rebuild the Jedi Order. Of course, given the chronology of the Star Wars timeline, we know that Cal can’t ultimately be successful. But that doesn’t make the quest any less interesting, due in large part to the characters. Cal is sort of a generic lead, but the rest of the cast is excellent, from the terrifying Second Sister who hunts down Jedi Cere, a former Jedi with a questionable past, to BD-1, Cal’s adorable droid companion. Fallen Order is also a dream for lore nerds, with lots of ancient history to delve into if you’re interested. (Much of this is optional, buried in a codex in the main menu.) As a game, Fallen Order fits snugly into the action / adventure niche. You’ll spend equal time doing both. The combat, as you’d imagine, is a mixture of lightsaber duels and force powers. Initially, it’s almost dull, as you can do little more than swing your laser sword around. But slowly you’ll unlock new abilities that really open combat up. Abilities like easily blocking blaster bolts and tossing stormtroopers off of cliffs help sell the fantasy that you’re a Jedi. There’s even a good narrative reason why you don’t have these powers from the get go, as Cal is an out-of-practice Padawan re-learning as he goes. Aside from the powers, what’s nice about the combat is its diversity. You aren’t just doing one thing. There are battles with giant creatures, squads of stormtroopers, and tense, one-on-one fights with skilled warriors. There are also a handful of big, impressive set-pieces that call to mind Uncharted; one of the opening scenes involves escaping a train that’s under attack. And when you take down a towering alien monster, Cal will take it down — and maybe slice a few limbs off — in a canned animation reminiscent of the most recent God of War. Outside of combat, there’s a large focus on exploration. In Fallen Order you’ll travel to a handful of planets, always in search of the next mysterious artifact or bit of gossip to help you find that list. Each world is structured sort of like a level from Metroid, a series of interconnected areas with lots of locked doors and hidden areas that can only be accessed once you have the requisite skill. You might see a cracked wall, for instance, but you can’t actually knock it down until Cal remembers how to do a Force push. These are areas that you’re meant to go back to multiple times, searching for new paths. One of the worlds you’ll spend a lot of time on is the homeworld of an extinct species called the Zeffo. Here you’ll find ancient tombs that house all kinds of useful secrets. Exploring these tombs is like a mix of the shrines from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and, well, the tombs from Tomb Raider. They’re bigger than Zelda’s shrines, but they have a similar feel, generally testing your ability to utilize a newly discovered skill with lots of physics-based puzzles. There are also a handful of of superfluous elements that nevertheless add to the atmosphere. You can collect parts to customize your lightsaber, for instance; this doesn’t change how it works, it just looks cool. You can also collect seeds to grow in a terrarium on your ship, and outfit Cal with a new Jedi shawl or re-do BD-1’s paint job. For the most part, Fallen Order fuses these ideas culled from other games into a well-made whole. I wouldn’t call any aspect of the game amazing in its own right, but each element is good enough, and more importantly it all fits together in a way that’s both cohesive and makes sense for a Star Wars game. BD-1 is a great example of this, as it touches on almost every element of the experience. It’s a character with a key place in the story, but it’s also a clever bit of game design; the droid will scan important objects for you, give hints during puzzle sequences, and serve as something of a co-op partner, unlocking doors and hacking into computer terminals. It can even help in battle by overriding enemy droids. My favorite part? There’s a button just for checking in on the little bot to see if it’s doing okay. There are some visible seams where these different concepts fit together, most notably trial-and-error platforming sequences and frustratingly dark visuals, particularly in the tombs, that can make it easy to miss key points like a rope dangling from the ceiling that’s necessary for escape. I’m also not a fan of the save system, where you can meditate at specific points to save your progress and, if you’re willing to have every enemy respawn, refresh your health as well. It makes what should be a chance to catch your breath into a tough decision. But given the state of of Star Wars games over the past decade or so, a good-but-not-amazing single-player adventure is something of a miracle. Those issues I mentioned can be frustrating, but they’re also worth putting up with given how much Fallen Order gets right: the intense and open lightsaber combat, the clever puzzles, the intricate level design, a universe just dripping with history and intrigue. This is what I want from a Star Wars game — and Fallen Order gives me just enough to satiate that long-ignored need. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available November 15th on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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