Daily Dawg Tags: Myles Garrett’s return on the horizon

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The Cleveland Browns are expecting Myles Garrett back in the next few weeks, but the team must make sure he is completely healthy before letting him play.

Cleveland Browns fans have been anxiously awaiting Myles Garrett’s NFL debut, and it appears to be coming in the next few weeks.

Video from reporters tweeted out on Thursday showed him walking at practice without a walking boot, causing some to think he could come back as early as this Sunday. But that may be a mistake.

Garrett is a game-changing player, but the Browns have too much invested in him to bring him back the second he says he is healthy again. There is nothing wrong with waiting an extra week, especially when looking at the upcoming schedule.

A healthy Garrett may destroy the left side of the Indianapolis Colts’ offensive line, yet that may be true for the rest of the Browns defensive line as well. The game against the Colts is certainly feeling like a must-win, but the Browns should be able to win without the number one pick.

A more logical return could be next Sunday at home against the Cincinnati Bengals, another winnable game for the Browns, at least on paper. Garrett can make sure he is truly 100 percent and can make his debut in front of the home fans in a victory, or so I hope.

We take a look at that news and more in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.

Cleveland Browns news:

Browns may be catching a break in Week 3 matchup with Jacoby Brissett

"The Cleveland Browns might be catching a break on Sunday when they take on the Indianapolis Colts and inexperienced quarterback Jacoby Brissett."

Cleveland Browns: Top 30 moments of all time

"The Cleveland Browns have given their fans plenty of great memories to go along with the heartbreak over the years. Here are the 30 top moments in franchise history."

Hue Jackson says WR Kenny Britt must contribute more

"In two games, Cleveland Browns receiver Kenny Britt has two catches, one offensive pass interference penalty and one heart-to-heart with his coach."

Joe Thomas sees offensive linemen as “mushrooms” (PFT)

"Fresh from 10,000th straight snap, Browns left tackle Joe Thomas arguably has received more attention in one week than he has in his entire career combined."

NFL news:

NFL Week 3 2017: Staff predictions and picks (FanSided)

"Entering the third week of our NFL picks, we have Jack Jorgensen leading the entire country, while our NFL editor, Matt Verderame, fights for his job."

Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott: ‘No excuse’ for lack of effort (NFL.com)

"Ezekiel Elliott heard the criticism from NFL Network’s LaDainian Tomlinson regarding his lack of effort on an interception in the Dallas Cowboys’ 25-point loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday."