The longest suspension for an on-field incident in NFL history is the five games that Albert Haynesworth got in 2006 for stomping on Andrew Gurode’s head.
Albert Haynesworth was suspended 5 games for kicking and stomping Cowboys center Andre Gurode’s head in ’06. Only comparable situation I can think of.
By attacking #Steelers QB Mason Rudolph with his own helmet, Myles Garrett joins a notorious group that includes Joe 'Turkey' Jones, George Atkinson, and Albert Haynesworth. https://t.co/uUwZ4Bppt7
This was the worst thing I've seen on a football field since Albert Haynesworth stepped on the head of a helmet-less Andre Gurode in 2006.
Albert Haynesworth was suspended five games in 2006 for cleating a guy across the face after knocking his helmet off first. https://t.co/ZhygwWCHsL
You can't defend that. That was worse than anything Albert Haynesworth or Ndamukong Suh ever did/has done. https://t.co/7I3w6T4pfq
I’m guessing that you missed Albert Haynesworth, literally, taking his sharp cleats and stomping Andre Gurode’s head causing him to need 30 stitches https://t.co/QAXO0n4Ox0
Albert Haynesworth got a 5 game suspension for stomping on Andre Gurode's head in 2006.
How many games do you think Myles Garrett will get?
Analysts on TV calling this Myles Garrett thing “the worst thing I’ve ever seen on the football field” but didn’t Albert Haynesworth stomp a man’s face before and had to get stitches?
Albert Haynesworth>Myles Garrett
Albert Haynesworth got 5 games for stepping on someone's head.... Oh, that person had no helmet on.
The question now becomes howling does Garrett get? We know what he did was wrong!! Punishment is what fans and media are waiting for.
Rest of the season and call it a day
If you don’t get a season for domestics violence why would you get a season for a fight.. Albert Haynesworth only got 5 games for stomping the guy in 06 lol
Albert Haynesworth was suspended 5 games for stomping on a player’s face and that was in 2006. With the NFL placing such as emphasis on preventing head injuries plus protecting QBs, I can easily see #MylesGarrett getting a 6 game suspension. https://t.co/5AeVt435yU
Myles Garrett’s helmet attack was nearly without precedent. His suspension likely will be, too.: He joins Charles Martin and Albert Haynesworth in the NFL's dirty-play club. https://t.co/PuN8otXUKn
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Myles Garrett = Albert Haynesworth
I’ve seen Albert haynesworth stomp a man in cleats with no helmet. But sure keep on trying to spin it. https://t.co/AtlEX1Oaey
Albert haynesworth got 5 games for stomping on someone face and causing stitches. No shot he gets less than 5 games.
Because of Myles Garrett’s actions it got Albert Haynesworth trending. Saw that and thought the guy was dead.
Better comparison would be when Albert Haynesworth drug his cleats across the head of the Dallas player on the ground when he had his helmet taken off. He got 5 games for that. I think the NFL will view that as a similar comparison and he will get at least 5 or 6 games.
And I never saw another dude stomp on another guys head without a helmet like Albert Haynesworth and he was suspended 5 games so everybody needs to relax.
Hearing Myles Garrett’s name in the same category as Albert Haynesworth and Ndominkong Suh is surreal, disappointing and unimaginable. Not the legacy we all envisioned.
naw. Albert Haynesworth stepped on a dudes face with spikes. I am guessing this dude has not been in a fight before. https://t.co/hMraiQ6IH4
Did Schefter not watch Albert Haynesworth stomp on Andre Gurode's head?
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: By attacking #Steelers QB Mason Rudolph with his own helmet, Myles Garrett joins a notorious group that includes Joe 'Turkey' Jones, George Atkinson, and Albert Haynesworth. https://t.co/iJWJBkMYbv