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MEDINA, Ohio (WJW) – Browns star player Myles Garrett has been issued a traffic citation for failure to control Monday when he was involved in a one-vehicle rollover crash.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol issued the citation Thursday in Wadsworth Municipal Court.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, speed appears to be a contributing circumstance. Officials said Garrett was traveling at an unsafe speed for the type of roadway.

New body and dash camera video released to the I-Team shows what Garrett told investigators in the moments following the crash.

Garrett states he was driving 65 miles per hour. The speed limit in that area is 45 miles per hour.

The accident happened Monday as Garrett was leaving the practice facility in Berea.

Garett was heading southbound in his 2021 Porsche on State Road when he went off the right side of the road, overturned, and landed in a ditch.

Both Garrett and a female passenger were taken to a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Both were discharged from the hospital Monday night.

Garrett told troopers he couldn’t say for sure why the crash happened.

Court records show Garrett has been cited for speeding at least six times in the past four years.

The Cleveland Browns gave an update confirming that the defensive end sustained a shoulder sprain, biceps strain, minor lacerations, and some bumps and bruises.