Myles Garrett has had an astonishing five-year-long career in the NFL. He played defensive end for the fantastic Cleveland Browns. He became their number one player, then turning into a bad guy following a brawl on the court with Mason Rudolph. But he has been rebounding and has had an amazing redemption season following his suspension. He was selected as the Walter Payton Man of the Year choice by his team. He also famously bared it all for the “Body Issue” of ESPN Magazine. To top off, he has also battled the Coronavirus-2019.
But Myles Garrett’s hit on the field for the final seconds in the 2019 game landed his career on a halt. It resulted in a suspension, perhaps the longest for a one-time on-field brawl in the league’s history. A massive storm of coverage followed it for days. He eventually apologized and went to work again. It was made clear by him that this incident would never define his entire career. He eventually became a program called NFL Waterboys’ captain. The program is known for providing water to drink around the globe for people in need.
Myles Garrett’s Performance:
Myles Garrett’s performance has been on a high ever since his comeback. Before being diagnosed by COVID-19, he scored the most sacks in this season, with a tie. He missed two games due to the protocols to cure the virus. But he returned and was named for his second ever Pro Bowl.
The team is now heading to the AFC Division on Sunday. This follows Brown’s win against the Steelers, which is their first since 1995. He said after the win that “nobody” would have thought his team would go for the playoffs, further calling the Browns considered as “underdogs.” He went on saying that they’ll have to always “prove people wrong,” and one shouldn’t hold oneself to standards set by “others.”