Myles Garrett is expected to practice Wednesday

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Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is expected to participate in practice for the first time since he was injured in a car crash last Monday.

Garrett suffered injuries to his shoulder and biceps in the wreck and did not practice at all last week. He did not play in the Browns’ Week Four loss to the Falcons either.

On Wednesday, however, Garrett’s name was not on the list of players expected to miss practice that the team released to the media. It remains to be seen if he’ll be a limited or full participant in the session, but either would be a welcome step back toward the lineup.

Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (ankle), tight end Hunter Bryant (illness), guard Joel Bitonio (biceps, rest), wide receiver Amari Cooper (rest), and tight end David Njoku (knee, rest) are the Browns players who are not expected to practice Wednesday.

6 responses to “Myles Garrett is expected to practice Wednesday

  1. Great! Now sign Ndamukong Suh to line up beside him and stop the double team on Garrett. How can a phleb like me see this and they can’t!?!

  2. Lets see if he can make it to the facility without going 120mph in a residential area. Same guy who claims deshaun is a great guy bc he took the offense to the Bahamas… clown.

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