While most NFL teams made it through this week’s minicamps unscathed, the Cleveland Browns were left holding their breath after No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett suffered a foot injury while rushing the quarterback.

Garrett was seen on Friday wearing a walking boot on his left foot, leaving everyone to speculate just how serious the injury might be. On Saturday, the organization released a statement indicating the injury was nothing more than minor, according to Pro Football Talk.

“After being evaluated by Browns head team physician Dr. James Voos of University Hospitals and foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson of OrthoCarolina, Myles Garrett has been diagnosed with a lateral foot sprain,” the Browns’ statement said, according to the PFT report. “He is expected to be ready for training camp.”

Garrett’s injury occurred on the same leg as the ankle injury that limited him during his final season at Texas A&M.