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Myles Garrett OUT Week 4 vs. Falcons

Garrett has yet to practice for Week 4, but has a chance to play

Myles Garrett #95 of the Cleveland Browns exits the field after defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 22, 2022 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Saturday Update: The Browns have downgraded Garrett to OUT for Sunday’s game against the Falcons.


Friday update: Garrett didn’t practice once again on Friday as he recovers from his car accident, but is considered questionable, giving him a chance to play.

Thursday late update: Garrett has yet to practice this week, but it looks like he might give it a try on Friday to see if he can go against the Falcons.

Thursday update: No real news to report, but when head coach Kevin Stefanski spoke about Garrett this morning, he sounded like he was talking about someone who wouldn’t play this week. We’ll see what today’s practice report looks like.

Wednesday Update: Head coach Kevin Stefanski has spoken with Garrett, and he said that Garrett is expected to be back tomorrow, per May Kay Cabot.

Tuesday update: Garrett is dealing with a shoulder sprain and biceps strain following the accident he was involved in. His status for Week 4 is still uncertain, but he has been discharged from the hospital and has avoided any major long-term injuries.


The Cleveland Browns received good news late Monday as defensive end Myles Garrett was released from the hospital, per NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero.

Garrett was admitted after a single car accident on Monday in which his car flipped multiple times. Pelissero is reporting Garrett swerved to avoid an animal on a wet road and overcorrected. He’ll receive more tests, but his discharge is good news.

Garrett’s status for Week 4 is unclear for the time-being, although we will likely hear something from the Browns sooner than later. The team faces the Falcons on Sunday in Week 4, which means they will release their first practice participation report on Wednesday. The head coach usually meets with the media that day, and so we can expect some kind of update from Kevin Stefanski at that point.