(Reuters) – Cleveland Browns player Myles Garrett was reinstated to the NFL on Wednesday, three months after the league handed down a indefinite suspension for attacking an opposing player with his own helmet during a game.

Garrett, who met with National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, will be allowed to participate in off-season workouts as a result of the ruling, the Browns said.

“He is grateful to be reinstated, eager to put the past behind him and to evolve and grow as a ,” team General Manager Andrew Berry said in a statement.

The incident occurred during the win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in , when Garrett ripped off opposing quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hit him over the head with it, amid a multi-player melee.

Garrett was immediately ejected from the game for his actions, which garnered widespread condemnation. The league handed down the indefinite suspension a day later.

The NFL previously rejected an appeal from Garrett in which he said Rudolph had used a racial slur in the incident, an allegation the Pittsburgh quarterback .

(Reporting by Amy Tennery, editing by Ed Osmond)