Dallas Cowboys getting Myles Garrett would make them instant Super Bowl contenders

Toby Graves
February 12, 2017

Garrett had said on an ESPN.com video earlier in the week that he hoped the Cowboys, his hometown team, would trade up to No. 1 and select him. How many people seriously think that, based on the playful video above, that Garrett would not be a worthy draft pick for Cleveland now?

"Whoever is No. 1, I want to play for them".

Garrett, however, told Fox 26 in Houston, "It doesn't matter to me".

Garrett made more news on Friday by stating to the Houston Chronicle that he won't be attending this year's draft in Philadelphia.

Does the initial video with Garrett change anything for you?

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Romo will be 37 next season and Dallas is picking 28th in the first round. "Make it happen", the defensive end wrote.

National Football League observers interpreted those statements as indications Garrett did not want to play for the Browns.

It's time for Myles Garrett to grow up and put away the childish things. The Browns reportedly are "enamored" with Garrett and have an "astronomical grade" on the pass rusher.

Therefore, Garrett probably shouldn't hold his breath about staying in Texas with the Cowboys.

Garrett is making a lot of waves before the draft. "I want to be the greatest player who has ever been at my position, the greatest player who has ever played". I mean it matters if they are the first pick or not. It is also worth noting that Cleveland also has the 12th overall pick.

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