Former Texas A&M defensive end and former No. 1 pick of the 2017 NFL Draft Myles Garrett may be in some serious trouble.

The Browns 21-7 win over the Steelers will be marred by Garrett’s act, and it’s all anyone’s talking about Friday morning.

During Thursday night’s game, Garrett incited a brawl. He ripped off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet, and he violently hit him with it during the altercation. Some are going so far as calling the act an assault, while others are calling for a record punishment for the pass rusher.

Below are a couple of replays:

Garrett’s act drew the ire of many media personalities across the country. The NFL will review the play, and Garrett could be facing a multi-game suspension at the very least. Some think it’ll be the remaining six games of the season.