Logan Paul is a controversial figure in the world of social media. He has been criticized for his insensitive jokes and videos that have caused many to call for his removal from YouTube. This week, he made an insensitive joke about the recent suicide of KSI, which led to backlash against him on Twitter.

Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Jarvis Landry, Odell Beckham Jr., Austin Hooper, and the list goes on and on when people talk about why the Cleveland Browns have a chance to compete for the AFC championship this season. Myles Garrett, a defensive end, is probably their most skilled player. In reality, he has risen to become one of the league’s best players.

Garrett and the Browns are gearing up for what could be a great season in 2021, coming off one of their finest seasons in years. However, when speaking about a variety of subjects lately, the DE speculated on what his life could be like beyond the NFL. 

Garrett eventually clarified a few points: he won’t be the next Tony Romo, and he won’t fight people like Jake and Logan Paul.

Myles Garrett, a defensive end with the Cleveland Browns, has evolved into one of the league’s best players.

Myles Garrett came into the NFL with a lot of expectations after being selected first overall by the Browns in the 2017 NFL Draft.

However, he has lived up to the expectations.

Garrett was named to the Pro Bowl in 2018 after a strong rookie season in which he picked up seven sacks in 11 games and totaled 44 tackles and 13.5 sacks.

Garrett, on the other hand, put on a show in 2019, until a late-season ban cut his season short. In ten games, he had 10 sacks and 29 total tackles.

Garrett, on the other hand, returned to the field in 2020 and had his greatest season to date. In 14 games with the Browns, he had 12 sacks, 48 total tackles, and four forced fumbles, earning him Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro accolades. Garrett also aided the Browns in having their greatest season in decades, going 11-5 and reaching the playoffs for the first time since 2002. They even made it to the playoffs for the first time since 1994.

Overall for his career, Garrett has recorded 152 total tackles and 42.5 sacks. He has proven that he has a bright future, and given the five-year, $125 million contract extension he signed with the team in 2020, the Texas A&M product has a chance to turn the Browns into an NFL powerhouse.

But what will happen after it’s all over? What does Garrett want to do after football?

He said that he would not follow in his father’s footsteps. Tony Romo is a quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett in 2019.

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett in 2019. On Oct. 7, 2019, Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns plays against the San Francisco 49ers. | Getty Images/Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire

Former NFL players have increasingly become broadcasters throughout the years. According to Sports Illustrated, Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo is now one of the most well-respected characters in broadcasting, having earned a huge $17 million-per-year deal with CBS in 2020.

Myles Garrett, on the other hand, has no intention of following in Romo’s footsteps after his Browns and NFL days are done.

“I’m not interested in becoming a pundit. He recently told Complex Magazine, “I know that.” “… You can cross it off your list right now. I’ll be done with football once I’m done with it. Perhaps as a special guest star in a major game. That might be entertaining. But I’m not going to be a Romo. A Howie Long, to be precise. I’m ok. I’ll go ahead and do what I’m doing right now. I like playing video games as well as other sports. Maybe one day I’ll be in a celebrity basketball game.”

Okay, Garrett has figured out what he doesn’t want to do.

However, he also said that although he would most likely participate in other sports in the future, he will not engage in celebrity boxing.

Myles Garrett isn’t going to be a famous boxer, either.

In recent years, YouTubers Jake and Logan Paul have helped popularize celebrity boxing, which has become the new sports craze.

Garrett, on the other hand, is adamant about not entering that environment.

“You won’t be able to persuade me to participate in celebrity boxing. It’s already stupid enough, in my opinion. He told Complex, “You’re not going to get me on that.”

When asked whether Logan Paul could challenge him, he said yes.

“I’d beat Logan Paul’s brakes out, but I’ve got bigger fish to fry. I’ve got a job to look after,” he said.

According to The Athletic, Garrett is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 272 pounds, while Logan Paul is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs approximately 199 pounds.

So, beyond football, what does the two-time Pro Bowler want to do?

He hopes to “get into movies and TV shows,” do some “voiceover work,” and “entertain that historical and paleontological side in” his “brain that wants to go do stuff all over the world,” according to him.

But, no matter what he accomplishes with the rest of his life, Garrett still has a few years left in Cleveland and the NFL. He is presently pursuing induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Pro Football Reference provided the statistics.

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