MEDINA COUNTY, OH – Cleveland Browns All-Pro cornerback Myles Garrett and a female passenger suffered non-life-threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash in Medina County on Monday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol confirmed to 3News.

The crash occurred on State Route 18 while Garrett was driving a gray 2021 Porsche. Garrett, 26, was on the right side of the road when he lost control and his car overturned.

Both Garrett and his female companion were wearing seat belts. Garrett was taken to Akron Cleveland Clinic General Medical Center. His companion was taken to Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital. Impairment is not suspected.

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The No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the 6-foot-4, 272-pound Garrett has established himself as one of the best defensive players in all of football in his first five seasons in the league. The Texas A&M product is currently one sack away from surpassing quarterback Clay Matthews Jr. as the Browns’ official all-time career sack leader.

Garrett was a two-time first-team All-Pro selection and three-time Pro Bowl pick, recording three sacks in Cleveland’s first three games of the 2022 season, including two in the Browns’ first win over the Carolina Panthers. Claiming a 2-1 record, Cleveland faces the Atlanta Falcons on the road on Sunday.