Myles Garrett, the star defensive end for the Cleveland Browns, was recently involved in a single-car accident. His car crashed as he drove out from the Browns’ practice facility in Berea. He was quickly transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. We now have more information on his injuries.
According to Cleveland Browns, Garrett suffered a shoulder sprain, biceps strain, minor lacerations, as well as some bumps and bruises to various body parts. Fortunately, he didn’t suffer any fractures and has also been cleared of concussion protocol.
A video obtained by TMZ Sports shows the aftermath of Garrett’s accident. The footage was captured on Medina County Sheriff’s Office body cam just a few moments after the crash. In the clip, the 26-year-old is seen severely bleeding from his wrist.
As noted earlier, the NFL superstar has been released from the hospital. He was transported to a local Ohio medical facility. His Porsche 911 Turbo S was left in ruins on the side of the road after flipping several times.
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. Authorities have already launched an investigation into the matter.
Garrett’s availability for the Browns is still uncertain given his situation. He will be examined by team doctors throughout the week until he is ready to play. For further updates keep checking Thirsty.
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