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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Tweaks hamstring

    Coach Kevin Stefanski said Thursday that Garrett (hamstring) "will be fine" after tweaking something during a minicamp drill, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Garrett's injury appears minor and shouldn't impede his readiness for the start of training camp late July, but due to the nature of soft tissue injuries, the situation should nonetheless be monitored. While he was helped off the field on a cart, Cabot reports that Garrett could have walked off under his own strength. The reigning Defensive Player of the Year, Garrett has posted six straight seasons with double-digit sacks, and health permitting, a seventh should be right around the corner.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Will play Saturday

    Garrett (shoulder) no longer has an injury designation for Saturday's game against the Texans, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Garrett has yet to miss a game this season, and that won't change with the Browns set to play in the wild-card round Saturday. The 28-year-old started the week as a DNP on Tuesday, but after logging a limited practice Wednesday, he ramped up to full participation Thursday.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Gets back to practice

    Garrett (shoulder) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. Garrett eased some concerns by appearing at practice Wednesday after he missed the Browns' first practice of the week Tuesday. If he can upgrade to full participation Thursday, he'll likely avoid carrying an injury designation into Friday.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Won't play Week 18

    Garrett (shoulder/hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Bengals, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Garrett was held out of Friday's practice due to a sore hamstring and he'll miss his first game of the year in Week 18. The current Defensive Player of the Year favorite finishes Cleveland's regular season with 42 total tackles, including 17 tackles for loss and 14.0 sacks, while forcing four fumbles and deflecting three passes. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo should see increased snaps on the Browns' defensive line in Garrett's stead.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Not practicing Wednesday

    Garrett (shoulder) won't practice Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Head coach Kevin Stefanski labeled Garrett as day-to-day earlier in the week, but the star defensive end will sit out the Browns' first Week 13 session while he recovers from the left shoulder injury he sustained in this past Sunday's loss to Denver. If he can't get back on the practice field Thursday or Friday, Garrett's chances of playing this Sunday versus the Rams would diminish.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Labeled as day-to-day

    Head coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday that Garrett's left shoulder is "sore" and that he is day-to-day, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. It's an encouraging development for Garrett, who said he felt something pop in his left shoulder during Sunday's loss at Denver, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer. The precise severity of his injury still is unknown at this point, but it seems like there's at least a chance he could suit up Week 13 at the Rams.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Set for scans on injured shoulder

    Garrett said after Sunday's 29-12 loss to Denver that he felt something pop in his left shoulder during the game, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Garrett's arm was in a sling after the game, and he intends to get scans to determine the severity of the injury, per Jake Trotter of ESPN.com. Garrett tried to play through the injury after getting hurt against the Broncos, but he was struggling to move the arm and finished the game with just two solo tackles (one tackle for loss) and one pass defensed. Considering Garrett has 13.0 sacks through 11 games and is among the leading candidates to win Defensive Player of the Year, it would be a major blow to Cleveland's defense if he's forced to miss any additional time as a result of this injury. The Browns face the Rams in Week 13.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Picks up two sacks in win

    Garrett recorded two sacks in Sunday's Week 11 win over the Steelers. Garrett heads into Thanksgiving with a league-high 13.0 sacks and looks like the frontrunner for Defensive Player of the Year honors. He's three sacks off his career-high of 16.0, set last season. Garrett has also recorded 30 tackles (22 solo), 11 TFLs, 23 QB hits, four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and two pass breakups.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Productive again versus Seattle

    Garrett tallied two tackles (two solo), including a sack, and a forced fumble in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Seahawks. Garrett had another productive outing despite the loss and has now logged at least one sack in all but two games this season. The 2017 first-round pick already has 8.5 sacks less than halfway through the campaign and is currently on pace to set a new career high with 20.5.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Injures leg during loss

    Garrett suffered a lower leg injury during Cleveland's 28-3 loss to Baltimore on Sunday. Garett was spotted wearing a walking boot following the loss, during which he registered a sack. Through four games, the 2017 first overall pick has logged nine tackles (eight solo), including 5.5 sacks. If Garrett is forced to miss time, Ogbonnia Okoronkwo will likely start in his place.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Monster performance vs. Tennessee

    Garrett recorded five tackles (four solo), including 3.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in Sunday's 27-3 win versus the Titans. Garrett took advantage of a shaky Tennessee offensive line and wrecked the opposing gameplan from the word "go" in Week 3, somehow making an even bigger impact on the game than his stats would indicate. He's on pace for a career year in the sack column even by his absurd standards, making him a top IDP option at defensive line and arguably an early frontrunner for Defensive Player of the Year.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Ready for Sunday

    Garrett (foot) wasn't listed on the Browns' injury report Wednesday. As expected, Garrett will be ready to go Sunday, when Cleveland hosts Joe Burrow and Cincinnati. The four-time Pro Bowler is seeking his sixth consecutive double-digit-sack season and remains a strong option in IDP leagues.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Practicing in limited fashion

    Garrett (foot) only participated in individual drills Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Garrett was rolled up on during Monday's practice, which forced an early exit for the Texas A&M product. Considering he was able to at least partake in individual drills, it seems likely that Garrett will make a full recovery in plenty of time for the team's season opener against the Bengals in just under four weeks.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Ties personal sack record

    Garrett made seven tackles, including a sack, two tackles for loss and two quarterback hits in a 28-14 loss to the Steelers in Week 18. The sack was Garrett's 16th, tying the personal mark for sacks in a single season he set in 2021. He played through injury but only missed one game following his involvement in an automobile accident leading up to Week 4. It was a shoulder injury and lingered a bit, but Garrett remained productive. He's been available for 33 of 34 games the last two years, and, at age 26 next season, Garrett is still in his prime and should continue to be a dominant presence.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Shows up in Week 17

    Garrett recorded eight tackles (four solo) and 1.5 sacks in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Commanders. After playing a season-low 36 defensive snaps in Week 16 against the Saints, Garrett ramped up to 52 snaps (75 percent) this past weekend versus Washington and logged the most tackles he's had in a game since Week 4 of his sophomore campaign. The All-Pro defensive end's 53 stops on the year now accounts for a new career high in that department, and if he's able to register one sack in the Browns' regular-season finale versus Pittsburgh, he'd then have back-to-back seasons with 16 sacks.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Benched to begin Week 16

    Garrett didn't play the first defensive series of Saturday's 17-10 loss to the Saints because of a "team thing," Chris Easterling of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. "That was just a team thing," Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday. "That was my decision." Garrett played 36 of a possible 54 snaps (67 percent) -- a season low in snaps and his second-lowest percentage in 14 games played -- and finished with three tackles. The Browns didn't elaborate on what team protocol was violated. The star edge rusher was on the field for the Saints' second offensive possession.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: No designation for Week 16

    Garrett (illness) doesn't have a designation for Saturday's game against the Saints after he returned to practice Thursday as a limited participant, Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site reports. Garrett and running back Nick Chubb (foot) both missed the Browns' first two days of practice this week, and even though neither took full reps Thursday, the team saw enough to clear the two standout players heading into the weekend. In the matchup with the Saints, Garrett will be taking aim at what could be banged-up offensive line. New Orleans placed starting right guard Cesar Ruiz (foot) on injured reserve earlier this week, and starting left guard Andrus Peat (illness) is iffy for Saturday's game after not practicing Thursday.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Part of defensive rebound in win

    Garrett had two tackles, 1.5 sacks, four quarterback hits and one pass defensed in Monday's 32-13 win over Cincinnati in Week 8. Garrett and the rest of the previously maligned Browns defense made life miserable for Joe Burrow, dropping him five times and hitting him on another seven dropbacks. Garrett, who had a lingering shoulder injury during the practice week, was on the field for 42 snaps (79 percent). He's recorded 4.5 sacks over the last three games and is looking like the disruptive force he was prior to an automobile accident that forced him to miss Week 4.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Logs two sacks

    Garrett (shoulder) compiled five tackles (three solo), two sacks and a forced fumble in the Browns' 38-15 loss to the Patriots on Sunday. It was Garrett's second two-sack performance of the season, as he also accomplished the feat in Week 1 against the Panthers. Garrett now has 15 tackles (10 solo), five sacks, two forced fumbles and a pass defensed on the season. Despite suffering a shoulder injury and missing the final five minutes of the game, the star defensive end thinks he'll be able to play Sunday against the Ravens.
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  • Browns' Myles Garrett: Logs two tackles in return

    Garrett recorded two tackles in Week 5's 30-28 loss to the Chargers. This was Garrett's first game back following shoulder and biceps injuries as a result of an automobile accident. The edge rusher played 58 of 71 (82 percent) of the defensive snaps. That's on par with his season share of 85 percent.
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