Myles Garrett said he’ll be a full participant at the Cleveland Browns‘ three-day minicamp, which started Tuesday, after sitting out some of OTAs with a “little nick.”

The Browns didn’t reveal what the No. 1 overall draft pick’s injury was.

“I wouldn’t have it any other way,” Garrett said, according to ESPN’s Pat McManamon. “I have to prove myself. I haven’t shown any kind of resume or what I can do on the NFL level, so they have to see. Go from level to level, from spot to spot and show that I can be successful.”

Garrett said defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has been pushing him hard during practice.

“If I have five sacks, he’s like, ‘Why didn’t you have seven?'” Garrett said. “If you have three, it’s, ‘Why didn’t you have four?'”

The Browns hope Garrett can boost a pass rush that ranked among the worst in the league last season.

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