Browns Star Returns To Practice

The Cleveland Browns were upset in Week 4 by the Atlanta Falcons, and ahead of the teams Week 5 clash with the very talented Los Angeles Chargers, it's clear that the Browns need to be as healthy as possible for the week ahead. Thankfully, that's exactly what happened today, as Myles Garrett officially returned to practice a week after his car accident following practice, which will be an incredible boost to the elite defensive unit that this Browns team possess.

Through three games, Garrett has been an absolute dominant force, with 7 tackles, 3 sacks and a forced fumble, as well as drawing plenty of attention, which in turn allows the rest of this defensive front to be incredibly disruptive.

No team in the AFC North has stood up and pulled away from the pack yet, and with a win on the weekend, the Browns would continue to set the pace, and with Garrett likely back for that game, the Chargers offensive line will have their work cut out for them. If Cleveland are to stay in the hunt until Deshaun Watson returns, Garrett will need to be the team MVP, and if that happens, we could finally see a deep playoff run in Cleveland.

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