Jim Brown let Garrett know he would be drafted by the Cleveland Browns.
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The Cleveland Browns thought they had dodged a bullet when rookie defensive end Myles Garrett’s injured foot turned out to be a sprain, after fearing the worst when it happened.
And according to Garrett, they might be right.
On his Twitter account Friday, Garrett responded to a question about how his foot was feeling with a video of him working out.
Garrett, the No. 1 pick in April’s NFL draft, was injured while rushing quarterback Brock Osweiler during a two-minute drill during a Browns OTA. Garrett’s reaction — he put his hands to his head, grabbed his foot in pain — as well as his frustration while being seen by a trainer seemed to indicate a serious injury.
However, the Browns said Dr. Robert Anderson, a foot and ankle specialist with OrthoCarolina, agreed with a preliminary diagnosis by team physician Dr. James…