Myles Garrett made an impressive 60-inch box jump look routine and then said he wants to get some offensive snaps in for the Cleveland Browns
Myles Garrett might not be human. The Cleveland Browns No. 1 overall pick out of Texas A&M in 2017 has already proven to be an athletic freak on the field. Now, he’s sharing some videos of him working out showing he’s not human off it either.
Garrett, who stands 6-foot-4 and 275-pounds has always had a great mix of speed and strength which has helped him record 30.5 sacks in his first three seasons in the NFL. He’s also been incredibly nimble for his size, which he showed off by casually box jumping 60-inches.
In a video shared on his Twitter account, Garrett calmly walked up to the 60-inch stack of pads and lept to the top. He then captioned it saying it was time to get him on the goal line — and tagged quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Garrett, like all other NFL players is having to work away from team facilities right now. However, he might be more anxious than any of them to get back on the field.
After recording 10 sacks in the first 10 games of the season, Garrett was suspended indefinitely for a fight with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. In this altercation, Garrett took Rudolph’s helmet off and hit him in the head with it.
Following the end of the regular season, Garrett had to plead his case to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and ended up being reinstated. Unfortunately, the damage to his image was done as a decision in the heat of the moment permanently hurt his stock in the national media.
However, Garrett has never lost the confidence of his fans in Cleveland and is eager to reward their loyalty with another strong season.
And if his workouts are any indication, he’s ready to get going now — especially if he can get some of those goal-line snaps on offense.