Browns All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett said he’s “all good” after dislocating a toe in the Pro Bowl Games this past weekend.
Garrett, who had X-rays on his toe come back negative after appearing to suffer an injury during the Gridiron Gauntlet obstacle course competition of the event in Las Vegas, took to social media to issue an update on his toe. In doing so, he penned the perfect post with a joke about the NFL script conspiracy currently sweeping across the league.
“Me reading the Pro Bowl script,” Garrett wrote on Twitter with an appropriate accompanying picture. “Appreciate everyone checking in, we are all good over here. Go Browns.”
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport added after Garrett’s tweet that the Pro Bowl pass-rusher will not need to undergo surgery to repair the injury. The Browns star reportedly had his toe popped back into place and now faces a short recovery time.
The update will surely come as welcome news for fans in Cleveland who held their breath when Garrett was seen limping off the field on Sunday. Luckily for the Browns, the four-time Pro Bowler seems poised to be back on the field in no time and will be ready to prepare for the 2023 season.