The Ohio State Highway Patrol cited Garrett for speeding, saying he was going 65 mph in a 45 mph zone.

BEREA, Ohio – A report from the Ohio State Highway Patrol has new details about the Cleveland Browns defensive end Miles Garrett crash in Medina County earlier this week.

Police said Garrett lost control of his Porsche and veered off a country road near his home hours after practice Monday, flipping the car and hitting a fire hydrant.

The defender suffered a dislocated shoulder, a strained biceps and several cuts and bruises from the crash.

On Thursday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol cited Garrett for speeding, saying he was going 65 mph in a 45 mph zone.

According to the responding officer, a witness said Garrett’s vehicle became airborne, taking out a fire hydrant that spun three times.

Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer observed a laceration on Garrett’s right wrist/hand, with the 26-year-old also reporting pain in his right hand/wrist, right bicep, left shoulder and left side of his face.

According to the crash report, Garrett, who had a female passenger in his car, told the officer he accelerated up the hill when he saw a vehicle coming in the opposite direction, but did not make any maneuvers to avoid the crash. .

The officer said Garrett could not remember exactly how he left the road. Garrett added: “I don’t know when something happened, I went off the road,” before describing how his car started to go left, then right, and he lost control, went off the right side of the road and overturned.

Garrett and his 23-year-old passenger were taken to Akron General Hospital for treatment. The traffic police reported that the passenger received a minor head injury. They were both released a few hours later.

Garrett has a history of speeding. He was ticketed last year in Medina County for going 120 miles per hour. In the second case, he paid a ticket for speeding at 99mph in a 70mph zone.

Garrett has yet to be ruled out of Sunday’s game in Atlanta. Coach Kevin Stefanski said Garrett will be evaluated by team doctors before he practices or plays. The Browns (2-1) are missing several quarterbacks due to injuries as they prepare to face the Falcons (1-2).