Cleveland Browns fans may have been worried when Myles Garrett injured his foot last month, but a recent video shows he is just fine.
Cleveland Browns fans know that football is an inherently dangerous sport. That is why fans were concerned when Myles Garrett limped off the practice field last month in what was supposed to be a light outing for a few days.
Suffering a major injury in minicamp would have been a disaster, but Garrett appears to be doing just fine.
There you have it, from the man himself.
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Garrett’s feet appear to be fine considering he is leg pressing more weight than most can even carry over to the machine without getting injured. He even adds an entire person to the weight, which is something I wouldn’t recommend doing at your local gym.
It is easy to worry about a player during the down time before training camp, as there haven’t been any concrete updates on his condition until he decided to share this video on his own.
Regardless, the Browns should be careful with Garrett if there is even a hint of lingering pain from that foot injury.
He needs to be ready for Week 1 against Pittsburgh, so there is no need to push him if his foot isn’t 100 percent.
But if it isn’t, I’m not sure how he would manage to support all that weight. So as of right now, it appears he will be ready to go at full speed on the first day of training camp on July 27.