The Cleveland Browns will likely remain cautious with Myles Garrett, meaning fans may be in for an ever-changing timetable regarding his return.
The Cleveland Browns made it through the offseason with rarely any bad news coming out of Berea, but some early injuries to Myles Garrett are something fans may be worried about.
His sprained foot is nothing major, but fans know how injuries can begin minor and build into something major.
That is why the Browns must be cautious with Garrett, even though the goal seems to be to have him back for training camp. It is easy for the team to say that when it is still June, as it avoids any speculation in the media and keeps everyone calm.
But when training camp begins next month, it wouldn’t be a shock if Garrett remains on the sidelines. The annual crazy news cycle surrounding the team will make this the top story if things end up that way, as the team may continue to put out uncertain timetables for his return.
It is early but since there is no reason to rush Garrett back, fans may not get a definitive date for his return if he still isn’t feeling perfectly healthy at the start of camp. We take a look at that and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"The Cleveland Browns must not bring Myles Garrett back on the practice field until he is completely healthy for the 2017 season."
"ESPN’s Matthew Berry published a list of 100 fantasy football facts to consider, and Isaiah Crowell appears as a player to watch in 2017."
"We all know that SS Jabrill Peppers remains the only unsigned draft pick of the Cleveland Browns, and now we may know why."
"The Cleveland Browns released Gary Barnidge shortly after drafting tight end David Njoku in the 2017 NFL Draft, and it’s easy to see why they came to this decision."
"Michael Floyd is sticking to his story and the Minnesota Vikings are apparently buying his excuse that kombucha tea is the reason he failed three Breathalyzer tests."
"The quarterback competition is just starting to heat up in Denver."