First off I’d like to apologize for choosing the feature photo that clearly shows the outline of Myles Garrett’s johnson. I would replace it with something a little less 3D, but we have a Getty Image account that allows a finite number of downloads per month, so if we can all agree that it’s not about the size of the ship, but the motion of the ocean, maybe we can move on without the help of a mental health professional.
In any event, gone are the days of NFL players smoking cigarettes on the sideline and spending their offseasons in a recliner slugging beers over the glow of The Andy Griffith Show. Being an athlete nowadays requires year-round training, and anything short of that, assumes the risk of being physically flattened by someone like Myles Garrett.
Garrett—6’4”, 270 pounds of tungsten—captured the attention of the internet after being filmed dominating a local pickup game looking like Zion Williamson’s father.
— Flash Garrett ⚡️ (@MylesLGarrett) February 24, 2021
Interesting for Myles to tag Mark Cuban instead of Cavs owner Dan Gilbert. Maybe he wants to play for the Texans? Lol, just kidding.
Garrett balled in high school and his half-brother, Sean Williams, was a star at Boston College and was selected number 17 in the first round of the 2007 NBA draft by the New Jersey Nets.
I’m no biologist, but I don’t need any more evidence to conclude that I am closer in genetic makeup to a cockroach than to Myles Garrett. It appears this is not a singular thought.
Browns front office watching this video: pic.twitter.com/TQvVvypd4x
— Stef Fanski (@Oh__Cleveland) February 25, 2021
The other players when you walked up to the court pic.twitter.com/ag6Gw5y3gK
— Stevie 👑 (@steviesburner2) February 25, 2021
Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to run 1.8 miles and down a bag of pizza rolls. Stay grindin’ folks.