Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett reportedly suffered a gruesome injury during Sunday’s Pro Bowl game.
According to a report form NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, it’s “believed” that Garrett dislocated his toe during the Pro Bowl game. Pelissero added that x-rays came back negative for the 27-year-old superstar.
This isn’t good news for the Browns or their fans by any means. Teams simply don’t need their players suffering injuries like this during a meaningless game; one that countless fans and pundits believe should’ve been scrapped a long time ago.
The Browns missed the playoffs for a second straight year in 2022, but Garrett did his part in keeping his team in the race. The No. 1 selection of the 2017 NFL Draft racked up 16 sacks for the second straight year, tying his 2021 career-high.
Since entering the league in 2017, Garrett has recorded an impressive 74.5 sacks and 13 pass defenses in 84 NFL games. He helped the Browns end an 18-year playoff drought in the 2020 season and led them to an upset win over the longtime rival Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Wild Card Round.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.