There have been 2 games this season in which Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hasn’t worn sleeves, including this past Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals. However, the former Texas A&M standout won’t be doing that again this season.

Maybe because of the change in the weather as temperatures drop? Nope. Garrett has another reason for wearing sleeves moving forward: so that he doesn’t get as many random drug tests.

Garrett shared on Twitter on Tuesday that he’s now been requested to participate in a drug test both times he hasn’t worn sleeves this year, which is leading to his change in wardrobe moving forward:

Whether or not Garrett has been wearing sleeves, he’s been putting up big numbers in 2021. The 25-year-old has 24 tackles and an NFL-high 8 sacks through the Browns’ first 6 games.

Garrett will look to continue his strong start when Cleveland hosts the Denver Broncos on Thursday night.