Myles Garrett, the star defensive end for the Cleveland Browns, was recently involved in a single-car accident. He crashed his car after leaving the Browns’ practice facility in Berea. Luckily, he was transported to the hospital in time and we have an update on his situation.
TMZ Sports acquired the video of the accident’s aftermath which shows Garrett’s car was left in ruins on the side of the road. As noted earlier, there was one female passenger in the car, and they were both taken to a local hospital. The witness who helped the two get out of the vehicle shared some more details with the outlet regarding the accident.
According to the witness, the football player looked to be bleeding from both his ankle and chest areas. He also mentioned that Garrett complained to him about wrist pain. (Clonazepam)
The cops stated that no alcohol or drugs played any factor in the accident and that both of the passengers were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. At the moment, it is unclear what caused the accident.
The Browns head to Atlanta to face the Falcons on Sunday, but given the situation, Garrett is unlikely to be ready by then. For further updates, keep checking Thirsty.
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