Nothing can stop Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, on the football field or off.

The dust had barely settled on Cleveland's 13-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon, and Garrett was already settling into his evening plans courtside at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.

On what was a busy day in downtown Cleveland featuring both the Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers in action, Garrett was one opted to take in both events. The difference being, of course, that Garrett was literally playing in one of the games.

His arrival at the Fieldhouse was met with thunderous applause from the Cleveland faithful, rightfully so.

After putting his body on the line for 60 minutes to help the Browns improve to 7-3, the man casually decided to show up to take in Cavaliers, Nuggets like it's just a regular Sunday night in Cleveland. A couple weeks back he did the same thing following the Browns win over Arizona.

Last month, Garrett made an investment to become a minority owner of the Cavaliers. He's also been on the record in recent weeks stated his desires to spend his entire career in Cleveland.

In the meantime though, Garrett is busy keeping opposing NFL quarterbacks up at night as he dominates his way to the defensive player of the year award in 2023. His case was certainly made stronger on Sunday as the Browns defense helped lift the team to a 13-10 win and Garrett added to his league pacing sack figures with 13 and counting.

All in a days work for one of the best players in football.