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The Cleveland Browns 2020 training camp has not been ideal for defensive end Myles Garrett. Garrett has been unable to see much action on the field, as the team has been cautious with injuries since their return to the field.
Garrett was initially hampered by a hamstring injury at the start of training camp. The Browns have been cautious with players since they are gradually ramping the players up for the season, so they held out Garrett for precautionary reasons.
During the Browns scrimmage on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium, Garrett was once again held out of practice. Despite being held out of practice, Garrett remained involved with the practice, including shouting at Austin Seibert every he attempted kicks during the team’s scrimmage.
Today’s featured article explains why Garrett was held out of Sunday’s practice and other observations from the practice at the stadium.
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"Coach Kevin Stefanski silenced the alarm bells, though, when he explained that Garrett was idle out of “it was just an abundance of caution with a wrist thing, but he should be fine.’’Obviously, the Browns can ill afford to lose their best defensive player for any length of time, so they’re being extra cautious."
Although the Browns staff has been extremely cautious with injuries during this year’s training camp, it is concerning the frequency of Garrett’s injuries. They may be characterized as minor injuries, but Garrett’s lack of practice time since camp started could be slightly detrimental.
The Cleveland Browns have a slight need at safety following Grant Delpit’s Achilles tear. With the Colts also having injuries at tight end, Nick Pedone discusses the idea of trading David Njoku for Malik Hooker.
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One of the issues with Delpit’s injury is that he was supposed to play a versatile role in the Browns defense. With their need for a versatile safety, Randy Gurzi looks at the possibility of the Browns pursuing free agent Logan Ryan.