The car accident caused Myles Garrett to have a strained shoulder and biceps. He also suffered minor bruising and lacerations. According to a report, the crash was due to failure to control a vehicle. His status for the upcoming games is unclear. Earlier this week, Garrett was out of practice with a neck issue.
Myles Garrett suffered a sprained shoulder, strained biceps, minor lacerations and bruises
Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett suffered minor injuries after he was involved in a car accident in Medina County, Ohio on Monday. The accident caused his car to roll over, and he ended up with a strained shoulder, biceps, and other minor injuries. He was transported to the hospital for evaluation and has since been released. It’s unclear whether he will be available for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.
He was cited for failure to control his vehicle
In a recent car accident, Myles Garrett was cited for failure to maintain control of his vehicle. The crash occurred after he lost control of his vehicle and struck a fire hydrant. His car flipped several times and suffered heavy damage. After the crash, Garrett was treated and released from the hospital.
His status for the upcoming games is unclear
It is unclear if Myles Garrett will play in the upcoming games for the Cleveland Browns. The defensive end is a contender for NFL defensive player of the year and is tied for third in the NFL with 15 sacks, 28 quarterback hits, and 17 tackles for loss. However, his status is unknown for the Browns’ game against the New York Jets on Christmas Day.
He missed practice last week with neck issue
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett missed one practice last week with an unspecified neck issue. It’s unclear whether he will be available for the team’s next two games. The Browns defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 on Thursday and will travel to Atlanta on Sunday to take on the Falcons. Garrett is a six-year veteran who was drafted by Cleveland with the No. 1 overall pick in 2008. He currently has 61 1/2 sacks and four sacks for a team-best 7.5 yards per carry.
He’s paid $25 million a season
It’s no secret that Myles Garrett has been making headlines since being drafted No. 1 overall in 2017. The defensive tackle is a force on the field when he’s motivated, but he also has the ability to disappear from games at times. His salary has reflected that fact.
He’s led the Browns with three sacks in three games
Myles Garrett has led the Browns with at least three sacks in three games, a career high. He has 61.5 career sacks and needs one more to pass Clay Matthews Jr. for most in Browns history. He has the most sacks in the NFL this season. Unofficially, the late Bill Glass leads the Browns with seventy-five career sacks. The former defensive end has made a strong case for a Super Bowl-caliber role in this team’s defense.