Myles Garrett Released From Hospital; Browns Star Suffered No Broken Bones

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Myles Garrett was hospitalized on Monday following a single-car accident. The 26-year-old Cleveland Browns star pass rusher, who suffered “non-life-threatening” injuries, has since been released.

His agent, Nicole Lynn, told Cleveland.com the positive news and added that Garrett suffered “nothing is broken.”

Garrett wrecked his Porsche 911 Turbo S and flipped the vehicle multiple times. Drugs or alcohol are not expected to have been a factor in the accident, with NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero saying Garrett swerved to miss an animal on the road which caused him to lose control of his vehicle.

There is still no word on whether Garrett will be forced to miss any time this season or the severity of his injuries.

Through the Browns’ first three games of the season, Garrett has recorded three sacks and seven tackles. Up next for Cleveland is a trip to Atlanta to take on the Falcons on Sunday, October 2. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. ET.

Browns Star Myles Garrett Hospitalized After Single-Car Crash
Browns Star Myles Garrett Hospitalized After Single-Car Crash