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Training camp is just around the corner and players for the Cleveland Browns are getting ready — including defensive end Myles Garrett who has started a new workout with an interesting partner.
Garrett, in an attempt to work on his hands, headed to Independence where he was able to meet with UFC star Stipe Miocic. The two worked out together as Garrett prepares for Camp and Miocic trains for a rematch with Daniel Cormier.
Entering his third season in the league, Garrett feels as though this season could be big for him. He already broke out and recorded 13.5 sacks last year but now feels as though he’s being unleashed under new defensive coordinator Steve Wilks.
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The story on Garrett’s workout with the fighter and more can be found in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
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"“Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is readying himself for his third NFL training camp, and he has taken to cross-training in a different sport as a unique way of “charging the batteries” before reporting to Berea next week.Garrett drove out to Strong Style MMA Gym in Independence and visited UFC heavyweight title contender Stipe Miocic during one of his training sessions for a rematch with Daniel Cormier, which is set for August 17 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.”"
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