Freddie Kitchens has no worries about Myles Garrett incident impacting Browns
The Cleveland Browns won last week, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-7. Very few remember that now because of the fight that happened at the end of that game that, at least for now, will cost Myles Garrett the remainder of the season.
The Browns still have more to play for. They’re 4-6, but with four games against the Bengals, Dolphins, and Cardinals left, can at least claim to have a chance of saving their season. Garrett’s actions have the potential to hang over the team, but coach Freddie Kitchens is confident that won’t happen.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) November 18, 2019
Even as Kitchens proclaims that his team will be fine mentally, things may be different on paper. Garrett is Cleveland’s best defender, and their pass rush will be significantly diminished without his presence. Even with Garrett’s appeal pending, he almost certainly won’t be back in 2019.