3:21 PM PT -- Myles Garrettsustained a shoulder sprain and bicep strain, minor lacerations, and some bumps and bruises during his car accident Monday afternoon, according to the Cleveland Browns.
The injuries are consistent with body camera footage we posted earlier today -- taken just minutes after the single-car crash -- where Garrett's seen rubbing his bicep and pointing out the area to emergency responders. MG was also bleeding at the scene.
Thankfully, the Browns say Myles didn't break any bones, and he cleared concussion protocol. Despite averting serious injury, the team says Garrett's status for Sunday's game against the Falcons is up in the air.
"Although we hope to have him back soon, his availability for Sunday's game in Atlanta will be evaluated by team doctors throughout the week."
New police video shows Myles Garrett appeared to be bleeding heavily from his right wrist following his car crash on Monday.
The footage -- captured on Medina County Sheriff's Office body cam and obtained by TMZ Sports -- reveals medical personnel was checking out the Cleveland Browns star just moments after the football player had crashed his Porsche 911 Turbo S in Ohio.