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Myles Garrett dislocates toe during Pro Bowl events

The NFL went to flag football this year for the Pro Bowl.

A Browns player still got hurt during the festivities in Las Vegas.

Defensive end Myles Garrett dislocated a toe on his right root, a Browns spokesman confirmed Sunday. X-rays were negative.

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Linemen didn’t play in the flag football games, but Garrett was injured on an obstacle course during the Gridiron Gauntlet competition. He finished his leg of the relay — between Browns left guard Joel Bitonio and Browns running back Nick Chubb — but pulled up toward the end and bent over to grab his foot.

During his portion of the course, Garrett had to go over three walls and crawl under three “tables” before hitting a buzzer.

Garrett, 27, missed the loss to the Falcons in Week 4 this season after injuring his shoulder and biceps when his car went off the road in a one-car accident. He played through the injuries the rest of the year, tying his franchise record with 16 sacks.

He’s made the Pro Bowl three straight years and four times overall.

The team’s offseason program in Berea doesn’t start until April, followed by organized team activities and minicamp.


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