BEREA, Ohio – While Brown's training camp focused heavily on positional combat, Myles Garrett was in Berea on Monday to remind everyone that he's a Pro Bowl defense game for a reason.  Garrett was in the backfield, disrupting the games during the 11-versus-11 sessions. Garrett blew left over Greg Robinson before he hauled straight over Baker Mayfield a sure sack when attacking quarterbacks in the camp was allowed.
Garrett also caused problems during the game. Nick Chubb stop for a defeat in a live tackling session and later turn off Jarvis Landry for a final.
Garrett has just begun his third season camp, often with recognition from fans who scream his name or run along the rope that separates fans from the field for a series of low-fives.
On Monday, he went to the training grounds, asked for a ball and let go with a kick that proved he should stay on the defensive end.
Here are some other observations from Monday:
And still rubbing some people in the wrong direction.
. 2 After Olivier Vernon had taken a break from the team representatives, Chad Thomas and Chris Smith saw the first team representatives over to Garrett in full-team meetings. Smith came in against Chris Hubbard because he would have been a sack if the coaches had continued the game.
. 3 Lenzy Pipkins who was an outside corner of the second crew throughout the camp, had a nice pass separation at the front pylon. Pipkins interfered with his arm with a Drew Stanton pass for Ishmael Hyman .
. 4 Cornerback Robert Jackson who was on the training team last season, broke away from the endzone in two games against the third team.
. 5 Greedy Williams could not keep up with Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi on a deep route in a 7-on-7 session, but Sheehy-Guiseppi dropped the pass.
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