Browns’ Myles Garrett says you have ‘ups and downs’ in your life
Cleveland Browns pass rusher Myles Garrett is currently serving at least a season-long suspension for hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet a few weeks back. With the now infamous incident ingrained into Garrett’s NFL legacy, the Browns defender has continued to do some contemplating since receiving his indefinite suspension from the league.
“It’s a time,” Garrett recently told Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. “You have ups and downs in your life and right now I’m giving back and [spending time] with my family and friends and I’m making the most out of that.’’
Now attempting to give back to the Cleveland community as Garrett is not currently allowed at the Browns facility, the suspended pass rusher spoke to reporters during his time at an event that benefits the St. Augustine Hunger Center.
“He committed to this event way before this incident happened,’’ said TownHall owner Bobby George, via the aforementioned Cabot. “He’s supported this event every year I’ve had it that he’s been in town. By him being here given what happened, he’s drawing a lot of awareness to this charity that does it every day of the year, three times a year. So let’s let him enjoy the event.”
Despite the absence of Garrett, the Browns remain in the middle of the pack in terms of the AFC playoff picture, though Cleveland remains very much alive for a wild card spot.
The Browns are a nearly even 5-6 on the year as it stands today.