Myles Garrett Dec 28, 2023; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) throws a football to fans before the game between the Browns and the New York Jets at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Even with a resume filled to the brim of accomplishments, Myles Garrett isn’t settling.

“It’ll never be enough,” Garrett told The Associated Press.

With five Pro Bowl and three All-Pro selections and Defensive Player of the Year accolades, the Cleveland Browns defensive end is driven by the one force that has him moving forward: Himself. Well, that, and a Super Bowl title.

“Have everyone be healthy and go win the Super Bowl,” he said when asked about his next goals. “That’s where my eyes are only.

“More of everything,” he added “Just more. More leadership. More plays. Being more vocal. Being more inspired. Whatever I can do. Being more attentive, allowing a room full of guys to be themselves.”

This isn’t the first time Garrett spoke on his prime. With the years he’s put in the NFL and the maturity he’s possessed throughout the process, he believes the combination of both helps him take his game to the next level.

His approach is more. than just sacks, as well. Garrett is the type of guy who impacts the game and puts pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Sure, we love to define these guys by a number, but that’s not always the case.

Garrett was even in MVP conversations last season. His attitude remained the same.

“I let my game speak with all that,” Garrett said. “I’m not worried about all the votes and where the awards go. At the end of the day, our goal is to win it all, is to win that Super Bowl. If anything else comes with that, that’s the cherries on top, but looking forward to continuing to try to win this division and bring a championship to Cleveland.”

[Associated Press]

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