CLEVELAND, Ohio (92.3 The Fan) – Two days after suffering a dislocated toe at the Pro Bowl games, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett posted some good news on his social media accounts Tuesday afternoon.
Garrett underwent further testing after X-rays came back negative on Sunday.
Garrett suffered the injury while competing in his leg of the ‘Gridiron Gauntlet’ with teammates Joel Bitonio and Nick Chubb.
Bitonio started the gauntlet run by crashing through three walls and hitting a buzzer, cuing Garrett to begin his run that saw him climb over three walls while going under ‘tables’ between the walls and hitting another buzzer for Chubb to run through tires.
Garrett, who tied a career high and team single season record with 16.0 sacks this past season, was making his fourth career Pro Bowl appearance.