Myles Garrett of Browns gets drug test after Vikings win: “I’m leaving sleeveless for a game and they hit me”
The Cleveland Browns are off to a 3-1 start and a big reason for that is their defense.
Led by Myles Garrett, the Browns’ defense limited the Minnesota Vikings to a single touchdown in a 14-7 victory. Garrett has racked up five sacks in the last two games and is the favorite to win Defensive Player of the Year honors.
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Garrett had five tackles and a half-sack in the win.
On Monday, Garrett announced on Twitter that he had been tested for drugs after the game.
“I’m leaving sleeveless for a game and they hit me with a ‘you got a random drug test in the morning’,” Garrett tweeted.
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Garrett, who usually wears long sleeves to games, decided not to wear them during this game and he believes his arm size is what ultimately prompted the league to test him.
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So far in 2021, Garrett has 11 tackles and six NFL sacks. In Week 3 against the Chicago Bears, Garrett had 4.5 sacks from rookie quarterback Justin Fields.
Garrett also sacked Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Week 1.