Myles Garrett now undisputed sacks Browns with 79


The Browns have played football in Cleveland for 75 seasons. Of those, only 39 have sacks counted as official figures.

Therefore, Myles Garrett became the team’s official all-time sack leader last season when he passed Clay Matthews Jr., who had 62 career sacks.

On Sunday, Garrett collected 3.5 sacks on Ryan Tannehill, giving him 79 sacks for his career.

According to a list compiled by Pro Football Reference through decades of research, Bill Glass, who played for the Browns from 1962–68, held the Browns’ unofficial sack record with 77.5.

Garrett expressed surprise when Nate Ulrich passed the glass Akron Beacon Journal Gave Garrett information about his unofficial record.

“I couldn’t do it without all the guys I’ve played with in my career,” Garrett told Ulrich. “And it’s an honor to play for this team and continue to play big games for these guys because it’s a brotherhood; It’s a family; And i respect everyone Who came before me and paved the way for me.”

Garrett said he “absolutely” recognizes the unofficial dismissal list.

“They counted somebody out,” Garrett said. “They are numbered among those who have received them.”

Garrett, the first overall draft pick in 2017, has 4.5 sacks in three games this season. His 79 sacks have come in 86 games.


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