So Sad: Brown Star Myles Garrett suffering from schizophrenia which may led to….

So Sad: Brown Star Myles Garrett suffering from schizophrenia which may led to….

when we learned that the Thursday Night Football that opens Week 3 of the NFL would be between two AFC North rivals such as the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, it is impossible not to remember the brawl in which defensive wing Myles Garrett took off the helmet of quarterback Mason Rudolph and in a complete fit of rage hit with this device the head of his rival, being expelled and later indefinitely.

That event occurred in the 2019 season, three years later this game returns to open an NFL week but the odds that neither Rudolph nor Garrett will don a helmet despite both still playing for Steelers and Browns, respectively, are quite high.

What is Myles Garrett’s health status?

In Rudolph’s case, he is behind both Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett on the Steelers’ depht chart at the quarterback position and in Garrett’s case, despite being arguably the Browns’ best player, he did not practice on Tuesday due to a neck injury and is questionable for the game at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

In addition to all this, it is likely that we will be deprived of seeing the two best pass rushers of the 2017 Draft and probably the two best in the entire NFL today, as it is a fact that T.J. Watt of the Steelers will not see action as he was placed on injured reserve since Week 1 with a pec injury that apparently will not cost him the entire season.

Also certain to not see action in the game is Garrett’s fellow Browns defensive wing Jadeveon Clowney, who has an ankle injury.

Both Cleveland and Pittsburgh won their Week 1 games but are coming off surprising losses at home in Week 2, who will get their revenge?

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