Myles Garrett has been in the news this week because that the NFL reinstated him from last season’s suspension and he sat for an interview repeating some of the subtleties of his helmet swing into Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph’s skull.
While that is brought the past back into the spotlight, Garrett’s reinstatement additionally has individuals considering what the future will hold for the first overall pick of the 2017 draft. The Browns’ new defensive line mentor Chris Kiffin is in that group and he believes that Garrett can discover new heights as a player this year.
“Myles is an athletic freak as everyone knows, but what excites me about him is he’s just getting started. He’s just scratching the surface of what he can be,” Kiffin said, via the team’s website. “In talking with him, he’s eager to get back to work and he wants to chase greatness and I think when you have that mindset, it’s going to be easy to coach. It’s going to be fun to coach and it’s going to carry off on everybody else too in the room.”
Garrett had 10 sacks in 10 games last season, so the surface-scratching played entirely well as long as Garrett didn’t keep himself from being on the field. The guarantee of greater things to come carries a ton of appeal and acknowledging it would leave Kiffin in good shape for a successful debut season in Cleveland.
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