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Browns news: Myles Garrett returns to practice; may make rookie debut in Week 4

The Cleveland Browns may get a considerable boost on the defensive side of the football in their Week 4 matchup with the division rival Cincinnati Bengals.

According to Kevin Patra of NFL.com, rookie defensive end Myles Garrett made his return to practice on Thursday.

No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett returned to the practice field Thursday for the first time since suffering a high-ankle sprain on Sept. 6.

If Garrett is able to make his debut on Sunday against the Bengals, the Browns rookie could have limited time on the field, according to head coach Hue Jackson via Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com.

“Everything is on the table to be discussed,” Jackson said. “This is the first time we’ve had this happen when he’s out there running and going. He looks to be in good shape, but let’s make sure that we’re in football shape and ready to play big-time football. Those are the discussions we have to have.”

The Browns will come into Week 4’s matchup with the Bengals having lost three straight. Cincinnati hasn’t faired any better with Andy Dalton and company also winless up to this point in the 2017 NFL season.

Something has to give on Sunday as these two division rivals go up against one another. Garrett’s debut may help tilt the scales in the Browns’ favor if given the nod by the coaching staff.