Myles Garrett says he's not a dirty player: 'That's not me'

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Myles Garrett says he's not a dirty player: 'That's not me'
Myles Garrett says he's not a dirty player: 'That's not me'

BEREA, Ohio — Myles Garrett says he's violent on the field, yes. But dirty? No. “I know who I am and the guys within these walls know who I am and that's not me,'' he said Wednesday. “I'm not going to do anything to try and hurt this team or take out any player outside the rule book. I'm just going to keep playing this game the way it's supposed to be played and that's violently but passionately.” Garrett, who had a career-high three sacks against the Jets and leads the league with five, was penalized four times in New York, including twice for roughing the passer. On the second, he clipped quarterback Trevor Siemian in the chin with his helmet and then fell on him. Siemian's ankle was pinned

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