Myles Garrett tells TMZ Sports it “feels pretty nice” to be officially back in the NFL after his indefinite suspension … and says he got better during his time away from the game.
As we previously reported … the Cleveland Browns superstar was reinstated into the league on Wednesday after meeting with commish Roger Goodell and other NFL execs.
Garrett was suspended for 6 games for swinging a helmet at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph back in November … and had to seek counseling before making a return.
The 24-year-old spent a lot of time in the gym during his suspension … so we had to ask if the time away could have actually been a GOOD thing.
“Everything that happens to you is for a reason,” Garrett told us at LAX.
“If you take the lesson and make the best out of it, everything a blessing in disguise.”
One thing’s for sure … the Browns have gotta be happy to have their monster defensive end back on the sidelines for 2020.