Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will be ready for Week 1 in 2020.
The defensive end, who was suspended indefinitely after a Week 11 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in which he used quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet as a weapon against him, was reinstated by the NFL Wednesday nearly four months after he was first barred from football.
Thrilled to finally be allowed to get back on the field of play, Garrett celebrated his exoneration on Twitter, posting a quote from Keanu Reeves' movie "John Wick".
Garrett, who recorded 13.5 sacks and made a Pro Bowl in 2018, had 10 sacks in 10 games under Steve Wilks in 2019 before his behavior prematurely ended his season.
Garrett needs to be on his best behavior from here on out, now that the league has shown they are willing to slap an indefinite penalty on him. If he is truly remorseful over what he did and has learned his lesson, he should be welcomed back with open arms.
Fans of other AFC North teams might be understandably peeved that Garrett is back, but the other 29 fanbases are thrilled that one of the most talented pass rushers in the league is now a free man and ready to do damage in 2020.