BEREA, Ohio (92.3 The Fan) – Since being selected first overall in 2017, Myles Garrett has been terrorizing quarterbacks.
For Halloween this year, Garrett decided to have some fun and memorialize them in his front yard.
At the suggestion of his dad, Garrett had a quarterback graveyard constructed and installed on lawn in advance of one of his favorite holidays of the year.
“I’m kind of a troll, a little bit and people in my house like to have fun,” Garrett said Friday. “My family, my friends thought it would be something cool to do for Halloween because I’ve always [loved] Halloween.”
Head coach Kevin Stefanski was impressed with it.
“More creative than my house,” Stefanski, who added he doesn’t have decorations up at hi home, said.
“Northeast Ohio has impressed me with their decorations.”
Garrett’s position coach Chris Kiffin and his kids were amused when they saw the photos online.
“I was looking closely to see how many of those guys he’s actually sacked already and how many are still on the schedule,” Kiffin said. “So I think he had it pretty well thought out. It’s perfect.”
Since TMZ published photos of the display, which features two large skeletons and headstones for each quarterback on the Browns’ schedule this year, Thursday, Garrett has noticed the extra attention – and traffic – on his street.
“I didn’t think people would invade my privacy like that, but they’re there,” Garrett said. “It’s strange to have people come by my house. Hopefully they can leave me be ‘cause that is my place of refuge and residence. I don’t like people just driving by for whatever reason.