Myles Garrett has been nothing but a bundle of energy for the Cleveland Browns in their first four games. The star defensive end has helped the Browns to a 3-1 record with dominant performances, offsetting their inconsistent offense so far.
Garrett, who leads the NFL this season in sacks with six, has always been a colorful character. Against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, the wide-bodied enforcer chose to wear a short-sleeved jersey, perhaps to show off his massive muscles and intimidate opponents. Garrett usually plays with a long-sleeved jersey.
His fashion choice, however, backfired as Garrett hilariously revealed on Twitter that he got a random drug test notice from league officials after the Browns’ 14-7 win over the Vikings.
I go sleeveless for one game and they hit me with a “you got a random drug test in the morning”🤦🏾♂️😂 pic.twitter.com/P3i2EMHuFD
— Flash Garrett ⚡️ (@Flash_Garrett) October 5, 2021
The former top overall pick was instrumental in the Browns limiting the Vikings to only seven points. The 25-year-old Garrett led the defensive attack, allowing only 255 yards.
Suddenly getting a random drug test notice from the NFL after another beastly performance truly is a little funny. It’s nice to see that Garrett simply laughed it off instead of unleashing a long tirade. To be clear, league officials aren’t singling out anyone. Maybe it was just another amusing coincidence.
It remains unclear if Garrett will wear a crop-top jersey this time around.