Myles Garrett Hopes To Be Selected No. 1 By Browns

Myles Garrett: I'd Punish Browns For 'Next 10-12 Years' If Not Picked No. 1

Well, this would be an absolute stunner and I can say that I don't believe there is a chance in hell that this happens.

The Chicago Bears hold the third overall pick in the NFL Draft and have a few areas to address as they can start their selection process. If the Browns decide to go in a different direction, Garrett says he'll make them regret it. A trade down would be perceived by fans and media as a coup if the Browns can credibly take the position that whoever they'd get later is the guy they wanted right out of the gates.

Willingness to be selected by and play for the woebegone Cleveland Browns, check? Ultimately, Garrett said his main priority isn't to play for a particular team, but instead to have the "No. 1 pick" label follow him for the rest of his career. Because even though there isn't an Andrew Luck in this draft, there is a Myles Garrett.

But the one thing everyone knows is that the Cleveland Browns should take Garrett with the first overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Myles Garrett is a freak athlete, a great physical specimen built to destroy quarterbacks.

"And if you don't draft me number one, I will punish your team for the next 10 to 12 years".

Garrett made a plea, jokingly, to the Cowboys to trade up to the No. 1 spot to draft him. "Over the last couple years, I've followed Myles Garrett".

That aside, I do wonder what would lead to this kind of information leaking out. "But when push comes to shove, I want to go No. 1". And per the show's co-host, Ryen Russillo, the folks around the star defensive end weren't thrilled about being asked why he skipped out on Mike & Mike.

The Browns are coming off the worst season in franchise history after narrowly avoiding 0-16 on Christmas eve and they remain the doormat of the National Football League with 88 wins and 200 losses on their resume since 1999.

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