Myles Garrett on QB tombstones: 'I'm kind of a troll'
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) wraps up Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (8). Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Browns All-Pro Myles Garrett on QB tombstones: 'I'm kind of a troll, a little bit'

Cleveland Browns All-Pro pass-rusher Myles Garrett is no stranger to making highlight-reel plays on football fields but recently generated headlines with Halloween decorations that feature a "graveyard" of tombstones carrying the names of quarterbacks he's faced and will play against this season. 

While the 3-2 Browns will likely have their hands full with the unbeaten Arizona Cardinals and early Most Valuable Player candidate Kyler Murray this Sunday, Garrett nevertheless was able to have some fun speaking with the media on Friday about decorations he says were suggested by his father. 

"I'm kind of a troll, a little bit," Garrett explained, according to Jake Trotter of ESPN. "People in my house like to have fun. My family and my friends, they thought it would be something cool to do for Halloween, because I've always said I love Halloween."

Signal-callers who have opposed Garrett this fall have had little to laugh about during games. Per ESPN stats, he enters Week 6 leading the NFL with seven sacks and tied for the league lead with eight tackles for a loss. 

Garrett added he plans to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters shortly after the Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers on the afternoon of Halloween.

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