Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Browns rookie DE Myles Garrett wearing walking boot

Browns rookie DE Myles Garrett wearing walking boot

It is not a look that the Browns want to see from Garrett, the No. 1 overall selection of the 2017 NFL Draft.

Garrett, who is in a walking boot, limped off the field Wednesday, and the Browns remained quiet on his status ever since. Garrett went to the ground and grabbed his left foot on what would have been a sack of quarterback Brock Osweiler.

The Browns have not released any information about the extent of Garrett's injury, and while seeing him in a walking boot creates a depressing image, it does not necessarily mean that his injury is serious.

Browns fans, you can stop holding your breath about Myles Garrett's injury, because it looks like he's going to be alright.

Ogunjobi said Garrett, who signed his four-year, $30.4 million rookie contract last month, has handled the setback well.

"It sucks, especially when he's one of your good friends", Ogunjobi said during a break from coaching the kids.

"You know, same mentality, one day at a time", said Ogunjobi, according to Mary Kay Cabot of The outside linebacker is going to be an integral part of what the Cleveland franchise is looking to build after a 1-15 season that earned them the top pick to be able to select him in the first place. "You've got to be even keel and just take it one day at a time". That's the nature of the game. It's just part of life.

Garrett had more than 26 sacks by himself in his three seasons with Texas A&M, tallying 31 total due to an explosive first step and the power to bulldoze through offensive linemen when needed.

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