On Wednesday (September 21), Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski affirmed the uncertainty of Myles Garrett ahead of their game against Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday. If the reports are also to be believed, Garrett missed the team's training session due to a neck injury on Monday.
The injury concerns have certainly pushed Browns to the wall. The Defensive End Jadeveon Clowne is ruled out due to an ankle injury, while guard, Joel Bitonio is expected to be unavailable due to a biceps injury.
Browns secured a 26-24 victory over the Panthers and then lost to the Jets 30-31. In the game against the Jets, they conceded two touchdowns in the final seconds, which cost them a victory.
The Cleveland-based team currently sits at 26th position in the NFL in points allowed and 25th in passing yards. It will certainly be a crucial game for them to get their campaign back on track, without Garrett, who has half of the team's three sacks in the ongoing season. On the other hand, Steelers prevailed over Jaguars 16-15, while lost to the Patriots 14-17.
Steelers sweating over T. J Watt's injury
Earlier this month, Steelers' TJ Watt sustained an injury, which ruled him out for six weeks, and the linebacker Ryan Anderson was called up to fill his boots. The fans will miss the opportunity to witness the great rushers, Garrett and Watt in action during the Browns-Steelers fixture. Both have combined for seven Pro Bowl berths and collected a total of 134.5 sacks, during their time with these franchises.