Browns Learn When They Will Get Myles Garrett Back
The Browns learned when they will get Myles Garrett back this week.
Garrett was suspended late last season following an altercation with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph.
In the encounter, Garrett could be seen swinging his helmet like a weapon against the rival player.
As a result of the incident, Garrett was suspended indefinitely.
This week, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reported that the suspension may be coming an end.
According to Cabot, NFL commissioner Rodger Goodell and Garrett will meet at some point within the next two months to discuss the latter being reinstated.
#NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tells clevelanddotcom he plans to meet w/#Browns Myles Garrett w/in next 60 days about reinstatement from indefinite suspension; Wouldn’t characterize, but ban will likely be lifted then https://t.co/Upqyev5tUn
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) January 29, 2020
Prior to being suspended, the defensive end had 10 sacks, two fumbles, 11 tackles for a loss and 18 quarterback hits.
Getting him back will be absolutely vital to the Browns moving in a position direction in 2020.
Garrett ended up missing the last month and a half of the season over his suspension and was fined more than $45,000.