We've yet to reach July, but we've had a second mild scare related to No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett.
The defensive end appeared to injure his foot during minicamp on Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala. Garrett walked the full sideline, high-fived some teammates and walked off the field with a slightly more pronounced limp as the team moved indoors due to inclement weather, Kinkhabwala added.
"Obviously I'll know more once we get inside but I think it's his foot," coach Hue Jackson told reporters after practice. "So we'll see. I don't know how it happened. Those things happen. Hopefully everything's OK and we'll see once we get a chance to go inside."
Jackson added that he thought Garrett's departure from the field without a trainer was "a good sign."
As with any top pick, these types of things tend to be magnified, especially in the slow build-up to training camp. Worry should be suspended until more information becomes available, even if it is concerning a player who was heralded as a generational talent before the draft.