Former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett relayed some good news about his health this week.
Garrett, who will begin his professional career with the Cleveland Browns after becoming the first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, said his sprained foot is progressing well. He sustained the injury in a practice in June, but he’s expected to be ready to return for the Browns’ training camp. In a new-age twist, Garrett relayed the development about his foot in a message to a fan on Twitter.
Ya know… it's doing alright.. pic.twitter.com/4GPHWdPdxG
— Myles Garrett (@MylesLGarrett) July 6, 2017
Clearly, this is good news for Browns fans. Cleveland should be eager to see what it has in Garrett, who totaled 32.5 sacks in three years at Texas A&M.
It will be interesting to see if Garrett can become a dynamic presence in the NFL. As he showed in College Station, the skilled defensive end has the physical tools to grow into a force in a hurry.