Browns All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett suffered non-life-threatening injuries Monday afternoon in a car-related accident, a team spokesman said.

Garrett was involved in the accident after leaving the team's training facility in Berea. He was taken to a local hospital. 

"Myles Garrett was involved in a car accident this afternoon and was transported to an area hospital for a medical evaluation," Garrett's employee Nicole Lynn tweeted Monday night.  

"While we wait to learn the extent of his injuries, he is patient and responsive. The Garrett family would like to thank the paramedics who extricated Myles and his passenger from the vehicle and transported them to no problem at the hospital." 

Lynn confirmed to the Beacon that Garrett did not suffer any broken bones in the accident. Cleveland.com was the first to report.  

Sharon Township firefighters said they responded to a one-vehicle crash at 2:57 p.m. in the narrow section of the 5600 block of State Road and took a man and woman away for treatment for non-life threatening injuries. life. 

The Ohio State Highway Patrol said troopers at the scene found a gray Porsche 911 Turbo S on the right side of the state highway near Ridgewood Road with rollover damage. 

The Porsche was traveling southbound when it veered off the road and crashed. Authorities say alcohol and/or drug use is not suspected and both Garrett and his passenger were wearing seat belts.