Cleveland Browns star Miles Jarrett He denied asserting that his colleagues were looking for competencies when Presidents of Kansas City Quarterback Patrick Mahomes He left Sunday’s game with a head injury.
The Cleveland star’s defensive ending said this was not true.
“I want to say that there is no one on our team looking for talent or stalking men or trying to harm a man, no matter how good he is,” Garrett said, via 92.3 the fan. “We pray for [Mahomes’] To heal and pray for him success. He was always a good guy and the way he did things for society. He is a leader on and off the field whose vision you appreciate, especially from a man of this level and who always tries to be a positive force wherever he goes. “
Cleveland fullback Mac Wilson was the one to intervene on Mahomes when the quarterback’s head collided with the ground.
Wilson and Mahoms shared a moment on Twitter after the match.
Andy Reid, the captain’s coach, gave good expectations for Mahomes.
“He’s doing a great job now, which is a real positive and we’re looking at this. He’s passed all the deals he needs to pass and we’ll see where you’re going from here,” said Reid. “I just talked to him and he’s doing a good job. We’ll see how it is tomorrow, but he’s now It feels good. “