The left-back defender at the wheel, Myles Garrett, was traveling with a passenger in a black Porsche. The crash was not caused by drinking or drugs, according to the Cleveland Police. However, the car repeatedly overturned, and the police thought they might attribute it to the weather. The American football player practices at Berea, Ohio, home of the Browns’ practice facility, and it did rain there.
Frank from the Porsche Emergency Center answered the first phone call and introduced himself. On behalf of one of his clients, he made the call. He said that the female passenger had a head injury and mistook her for the driver. He asked for EMS and the cops.
The caller was present at the time of the second call. He was able to let the police dispatcher know that there were two people waiting outside the totaled car.
The driver was officially identified as Garrett.
Myles Garrett and his companion were sent to a neighborhood hospital for treatment of suspected
Myles Garrett, an All-Pro defensive end for the Cleveland Browns, was involved in a one-car collision on Monday after practice and was later released from the hospital.
The collision, which occurred on a country road a few hours after the team’s practice, left Garrett with “non life-threatening injuries,” the team claimed. His agent, Nicole Lynn, confirmed to ESPN that her client was unharmed in the collision.
Garrett has been “awake and receptive” while getting medical care, according to Lynn, who made the claim in a statement shared on Twitter.
Statement regarding Myles Garrett: pic.twitter.com/XzkZW9f86s— Nicole Lynn (@AgentNicoleLynn) September 27, 2022
Lynn thanked medical professionals on behalf of Garrett’s family for pulling the 26-year-old and an unidentified female passenger out of his car and bringing them to the hospital.
Shared the update with the Cleveland Browns media.
“Nothing is broken” per Myles Garrett’s agent. On Myles that is; the Porsche, on the other hand, is very broken. pic.twitter.com/pnM1lhGehI— Cleveland Sports Fans (@CLE_SPORTS_FANS) September 27, 2022
Myles Garrett is in his sixth season with the Browns. Myles’ performance and contribution to the team are extremely important to the Browns, but he would need to allow him to heal swiftly. Myles played a key role in the Browns’ 2-1 record, which they were able to post. Currently, the Browns are in first place, followed by Pittsburgh with 17.
About Myles Garrett Life
Myles attended Martin High School and was a resident of Arlington, Texas. He earned letters in basketball, track, and football. He won the Landry Award in 2013 for his football accomplishments as a senior in high school. He decided to enroll at Texas A&M University to play football.
He shattered the college’s freshman sack record (5.5) in his first six games of his debut season. In nine games, he set a new SEC record for sacks (eight). In his first year and during a few games, he sustained a concussion. Garrett exceeded himself in his sophomore year, winning the Willis Award and being named to the first team of All-Americans. His college career came to an end with 8.5 sacks, 32 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, and 10 rushes by the quarterback He opted out of his final year of college and entered the 2017 NFL Draft.
Since joining the Cleveland Browns, Myles Garrett has been one of the team’s top defensive players. He received a $20.25 million signing bonus as part of his first four-year contract. By assisting the squad in making it to the 2020 NFL Playoffs, he helped the Browns end their postseason absence. In regular seasons, Garrett has accumulated 58.5 sacks, 203 total tackles, and 11 forced fumbles. Even though he missed numerous games in his debut season due to injury, he was chosen to the PWFA All-Rookie Team and has participated in three Pro Bowls. After agreeing to a $125 million agreement in 2020, Garrett is expected to stay with the Browns through 2025.