The top overall pick in this years draft got hurt in practice on Wednesday, while the Browns were having their first full practice in preparation for Sundays season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
1 overall pick in the 2017 National Football League draft, sustained a high right ankle sprain during practice on Wednesday when a teammate stepped on his ankle. He will miss games against Pittsburgh this weekend and Baltimore, after which the injury will be re-evaluated. Garrett sustained a lateral sprain to his left foot during minicamp while pressuring former Browns quarterback Brock Osweiler. "I've been feeling like this since the beginning of training camp".
High ankle sprains are nothing new to Garrett; in his final year at Texas A&M he dealt with one.
An MRI revealed the 6-foot-4, 275-pound Garrett has a high ankle sprain, an injury that typically takes several weeks to heal.
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Brown, 29, has had plenty of chances to celebrate in the end zone over the last three seasons. Haden joins a line of Cleveland pro sports athletes who left for rival teams, and if he happens to make a big play or two, it's going viral.
On draft night Garrett already had his sights set on Roethlisberger in Week 1, telling ESPN's Randy Moss, "I'm coming for him first, chop him down". You've just kind of got to ride the wave, take the punches.
This year the Browns are being offered at +2500 to win the AFC North, +10000 to win the AFC and +30000 to win the Super Bowl.
If Garrett can not play against Pittsburgh, Carl Nassib figures to be the next man up, with Nate Orchard taking his spot as the third end in the rotation. I know I can get up and go now, so that's not a thing I'm anxious about. Multi-talented Bell averaged 157 yards from scrimmage per game in 2016 and became first player in history to average more than 100 yards rushing, 50 receiving in single season. "We will keep it within the family, move forward and we will work on winning". Expectations are muted for the Browns overall, but there is no better way to inject hope into an atrophying fanbase quite like beating the fellas in black and yellow. Pittsburgh has won four straight over Cleveland, going 3-0-1 against the spread in those four contests. It is worth noting, however, that preseason performance has very little correlation with regular season outcomes. "The next man up may do something better than the guy he just replaced but not as good as the guy he just replaced". "He's not the first or the last one to talk about trying to get me". Coach Mike Tomlin said Bell's week of practice would determine workload vs. Browns.