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Myles Garrett trolls Ben Roethlisberger in hilarious video

Browns defensive end Myles Garrett still is hunting Ben Roethlisberger, whom he didn’t face his rookie season after saying he couldn’t wait to meet the Steelers quarterback and chop him down.

Garrett is trolling Roethlisberger again in a hilarious video produced by the Browns. The video, which was posted on social media Thursday by the team, has nearly a million views on Twitter.

Oh, thank God, Garrett said in May during the team’s golf Cheap Chelsea Jerseys outing, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. The defensive end added he absolutely plans to take down Roethlisberger.

Don Banks, Vikings beat writer, Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Denny was like the Cheshire Cat, the cat who swallowed the canary, after they took Randy. He understood what Randy could do for that offense in a way that a lot of people didn’t.

Moss called Carter immediately after the draft and asked him to train together. Carter said he wouldn’t make any exceptions but would accommodate the rookie if he moved down to Florida and submitted to his routine. Moss and his agent put an offer on a house later that day.

The result was a refined product that showed up to camp in outstanding shape. Moss’s performances that spring and summer became something like the origin scenes in a superhero comic book.

Via D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Falcons haven’t budgeted for a renegotiation for Jones, but are focused on contract extensions for three other players.

That list includes defensive tackle Grady Jarrett, left tackle Jake Matthews and safety Ricardo Allen.

Jarrett is entering the final year of his rookie deal. Allen is working on his second-round tender as a restricted free agent, and Matthews is on the fifth-year option of his rookie contract.

With those three key contributors in the final year of their respective deals, it’s understandable for the Falcons would want to get them taken care of first.

But Jones, who has three years left on his deal, has registered his disappointment by not showing up for any of the team’s offseason work. He did go to quarterback Matt Ryan’s passing camp with other teammates, but it’s unclear at the moment if he’s planning to show up next week for training camp.

Can Rams, Aaron Donald bridge the gap?

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