Cleveland Browns standout defensive end Myles Garrett is believed to have dislocated his toe while participating in Sunday's Pro Bowl Games in Las Vegas, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported, per sources.
Garrett limped off the field, but X-rays came back negative, Pelissero added.
Sunday's Pro Bowl Games featured three flag games and assorted skills events, including the gridiron gauntlet, which Garrett participated in.
The gauntlet, which is essentially an obstacle course, featured a relay race, and Garrett was part of the second leg. He was tasked with going over a series of walls and under a series of tables. Garrett completed his leg but appeared to jog off gingerly.
Regarded as one of the game's preeminent pass rushers, Garrett earned his third straight Pro Bowl selection after racking up 16 sacks for his second straight season. A two-time All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowler, Garrett, unfortunately, limped away from the first-ever Pro Bowl Games.