Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns All Pro Defensive End, has been released from hospital.
Garrett suffered "non-life-threatening injuries" in the accident that occurred just a few hours following practice. Nicole Lynn,
Garrett, who was in a one-person vehicle, was involved at about 3:00 p.m. EST near the 5600 block State Road.
Garrett was discharged from the hospital Monday evening and will continue to undergo additional tests, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
Pelissero reported that Garrett tried to avoid an animal crossing a wet road, but overcorrected. His vehicle flipped multiple times.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol stated that it responded to a rollover incident at around 3pm. When troopers arrived on the scene,
Garrett and his fellow teammates practiced Monday at Berea's team facility in Ohio. This was after a long weekend, which included Thursday's home win over Pittsburgh Steelers.
Garrett was present in the locker-room after the morning exercise. It is not known yet if Garrett's playing status in Sunday's Atlanta game will be affected by the accident.