Myles Garrett met with Roger Goodell this morning

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The Browns are hoping to get suspended defensive end Myles Garrett back on the field to start the regular season.

They may have taken a step in that direction today.

According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Garrett met with league officials this morning in hopes of being reinstated.

Commissioner Roger Goodell was part of the meeting, and will ultimately decide his fate. There’s no timetable at the moment for an announcement.

Garrett was suspended after ripping the helmet off Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and hitting him with it during their Week 11 game, triggering a brawl.

The former No. 1 overall pick has 30.5 sacks in 37 career games.

4 responses to “Myles Garrett met with Roger Goodell this morning

  1. The results of this meeting will show I’d the NFL is serious about player safety. Should not be allowed to come back anytime soon

  2. Ugh! As a life long Browns fan, I want him back ASAP. But, as a man with high morals, I feel an example must be set. My gut says he’ll have a hefty suspension, then he’ll be reinstated. Probably a full season suspension.

  3. This is a tough one. I would say he sees another 4 games into the regular season. This wasn’t some after the whistle punch, it was a straight up assault targeting someones head with a weapon. I would be shocked if he is allowed to play week one.

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