Myles Garrett’s NFL debut for the Browns won’t happen for weeks.
The top overall pick in this year’s draft will miss Sunday’s opener against Pittsburgh and possibly a few more games after severely spraining his right ankle during practice. A teammate fell on the back of his leg during a drill Wednesday.
An MRI revealed the 6-foot-4, 275-pound Garrett has a high ankle sprain, an injury that typically takes several weeks to heal. His status will be updated in a couple of weeks, the team said. That means he will sit out against the Steelers and likely the following week at Indianapolis, and perhaps other games.
This is the second time Garrett already has been hurt as a...