Myles Garrett Tweets Hilarious Response to Pro Bowl Injury
Even though the Pro Bowl's stakes are typically low, players can still get hurt at the NFL's version of an All-Star game. Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett learned that the hard way when he suffered a dislocated toe during Sunday's contest at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV.
While some players would be upset at getting hurt in a relatively meaningless event, that isn't the case for Garrett. The four-time Pro-Bowler took to Twitter to joke about the situation, tweeting out a picture of him looking confused with the caption "Me reading the Pro Bowl script" and a laughing emoji.
Myles Garrett Pro Bowl Injury
Garrett's joke refers to a meme that's been going around recently. Former NFL running back Arian Foster appeared on a Barstool Sports podcast last week, claiming that the league is rigged and players are given scripts, comparing it to the WWF (now the WWE).
From there, the internet decided to have its fun with Foster's comments, creating an endless number of memes of NFL-related personnel "reacting" to certain scripts. One person even "leaked" the supposed Super Bowl LVII script where the Philadelphia Eagles are "scripted" to win 37-34 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
As fun as the meme can be, the important thing about Garrett's tweet is that he confirmed that everything is "all good" when it comes to his toe. The last thing Browns fans needed was more bad news after a disappointing 2022 campaign, so it's encouraging that Garrett's injury won't be an issue for too long.
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