Browns' No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett ready for his National Football League debut

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"I'd love to", Garrett told the Akron Beacon Journal's Nate Ulrich of recording a sack in his debut. "He just has to continue to believe in that, that if I just do my job, it's a long season", he said, "and the success will come". "Don't make the moment bigger than it is". Luckily for you, there's a ton of options to utilize to catch this game. "I'm ready to play, ready to show what I can do". "I can't wait to see him actually go out there and get some snaps and just let him let loose". "He responded very well to that, and I think it was the correct thing that they did on looking out for the player last week". Just do what you have been doing this whole training camp, play hard, play physical. I can move; I can run; and I can bend.

Williams noted that "Myles wants to produce and perform way more than I want him to". "We have to go out and play and play better, especially in the second quarter", Williams said.

"He looks like himself", linebacker Christian Kirksey said. "But I'll be out there as much as they want me to be, whether it's a lot or a little".

Danny Shelton is also expected to play for the Browns. "Danny is powerful, and it'll be good, " he said.

Overall, from a team and fan's perspective, there is a lot to worry about when it comes to Wilkerson who for all we know against the Browns could see limited reps. "He has a good understanding of where we are, but he still has to get in a little bit of shape".

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Garrett admitted the build-up to his first real game has been nerve-wracking. He had 8.5 sacks last season despite dealing with a high-ankle sprain.

"It just means we have to have attention to detail with getting our hands up and affecting the quick throwing lanes, " Garrett said.

A "fat guy touchdown", though?

Wide receiver Robby Anderson returned to practice after being excused Wednesday and Thursday for personal reasons.

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