Myles Garrett visits Pennsylvania family that lost home in devastating fire

Myles Garrett visits Pennsylvania family that lost home in devastating fire
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett reacts during an NFL football game (AP Photo/David Richard) (Source: David Richard)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Myles Garrett doesn’t have a problem with every person in Pennsylvania. Just a certain Steelers quarterback.

The defensive star of the Cleveland Browns traveled into rival territory recently to help a family devastated by a fire that ripped through their home in April.

The patriarch of the Pennsylvania family, who coincidentally is a diehard Browns fan, posted a photo with Garrett. He said Garrett brought toys to his children, including their newborn baby named Beckham.

“Such an awesome experience for my family! Myles is a great dude!"

“The pleasure was all mine. Happy to lift your spirits, stay strong. You got the whole dawg pound behind you,” Garrett wrote on Twitter.

According to Sports Illustrated, a cousin, who is a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, actually set up the meeting with the help of social media.

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