Myles Garrett Speaks For First Time Since Scary Car Crash, Calls Experience A “Wake Up Call”

Myles Garett thankfully survived a really scary accident after the Cleveland Browns star was involved in a single-vehicle car crash earlier this week.

According to the reports, Garrett and a female passenger were transported to a local hospital after the Pro Bowl defensive end flipped his Porsche several times on Monday.

Garrett has since been diagnosed with a sprained shoulder and strained bicep. He is currently listed as questionable to play in Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.

The Browns star spoke to the media for the first time since his accident on Friday, telling them that he feels “grateful to be here.’

He also went on to say that it was “definitely a wake up call” and that he’s going to try to be “smart overall when driving” going forward.

Let’s hope Garrett is serious about these comments and he changes his ways on the road — not only for the sake of his own health and well-being, but also for those who he’s sharing the road with on a daily basis.

Here’s Garrett’s full media session with reporters today: