Myles Garrett keeping receipts on his NFL 100 ranking

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The Cleveland Browns have a great roster, great coaching staff, great front office and a quality season to build off of going into 2021. Once Week 1 kicks off, all that matters is what happens on the field.

Until that happens, off-the-field list, rankings and discussions fill some of the time as well. Part of the fun of sports is these kinds of discussions even if they do not have an impact on what happens on the field.

It is especially fun when it could motivate a player on the field.

NFL.com is going through their list of top 100 players and Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has noted where they have placed him:

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While Garrett jumped 64 spots in this year’s rankings (the piece incorrectly notes that he is entering a contract year), it isn’t enough for the former Texas A&M star. So far, with only the top ten to go, there is only one defender listed ahead of Garrett, Jalen Ramsey at #13, but that is clearly not good enough for the Cleveland star.

After a great 2020 season, despite COVID-19 limiting him, Garrett is keeping receipts of where he is ranked. Exciting for Browns fans to see a healthy and motivated Garrett in 2021.