Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns said he is "grateful to be here" after being involved in a single car accident in which his Porsche flipped multiple times.

Garrett and another passenger were not seriously injured in the crash, and he was released from the hospital on Monday night.

Garrett was ticketed for exceeding the speed limit.

Garrett was discovered to have received a large number of speeding tickets in Ohio since being drafted by the Browns.

Garrett described the accident as a wake-up call to drive more cautiously in the future.

Garrett's participation in Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons is now uncertain.

Due to injuries to his shoulder and biceps, Garrett is officially listed as questionable on the injured list.

If it were up to him, Garrett said he'd want to play, but the team's medical staff will decide over the course of the next 24 hours.

Jadeveon Clowney, Cleveland's other important edge rusher, is doubtful for the game on Sunday.

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