Browns’ Garrett has non-life-threatening accident


CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Browns All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett suffered no life-threatening injuries after being involved in a one-car accident after practice Monday.

The team said Garrett was taken to hospital, but did not provide specific details about his injuries or condition.The Browns said they were gathering more information.

Garrett and his teammates returned to practice at the team’s facility in Bellaire, Ohio, after a long weekend following Thursday night’s home win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Garrett, 26, was in the locker room after a morning workout.

It remains to be seen whether the accident will change Garrett’s playing conditions for Sunday’s game in Atlanta.

One sack is all it takes for Garrett to become the career leader of the team. He was tied up with two assisted tackles in Thursday’s win over the rival Steelers.

Garrett, one of the most dominant players in the NFL, was drafted #1 overall by Cleveland in 2017. He set a team single-season record with 16 sacks last season, and in 71 games he tallied 61 1/2 sacks.


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