The Ohio State Highway Patrol has issued a citation to Myles Garrett for ‘failure to control his vehicle and for traveling at an unsafe speed for the roadway, according to reports.
According to the crash report, the Browns’ defensive end was going an “unsafe speed for the type of roadway being traveled appeared to be a contributing circumstance” to the crash, which saw Garrett’s Porsche flip over before coming to a stop. It was also revealed that he was traveling 65 mph in a 45 zone.
His Porsche 911 hit a ditch and then a fire hydrant before it flipped several times.
Garrett suffered a sprained shoulder, strained biceps, and cut hand. He is back at the Browns facility on Thursday and hasn’t been ruled out for Sunday’s game in Atlanta.
According to the crash report, Garrett “suffered an abrasion to his right hand/wrist and reported pain in his right hand/wrist, right bicep, left shoulder, and left side of his face.” Tjotjos “suffered a minor head injury.”
The Cleveland Browns issued a statement on the situation:
In 2022, Garrett has appeared in three games for the Browns and recorded seven tackle, three sacks, a forced fumble and a pass defense.
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