Ever since he was selected by the Cleveland Browns with the No. 1 pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, Myles Garrett has been a favorite of the team's fanbase.
But one family of Browns fans now finds themselves even bigger supporters of the team's Pro Bowl defensive end.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, a man named Tommy Abrams who lives in Northern Cambria, Cambria, Pennsylvania shared that his family received a visit from Garrett earlier this week. Abrams' cousin, Kevin Abrams -- who happens to be a Steelers fan -- said that he helped arrange the meeting after the family of four's house burned down on the same day their second son was born in April.
According to Kevin Abrams, Garrett made his way to Northern Cambria by driving. Tommy Abrams said he delivered toys -- including a Jurrasic Park Tyrannosaurus Rex -- during the trip.
"The pleasure was all mine," Garrett replied to a tweet thanking him for the visit. "Happy to lift your spirits, stay strong. You got the whole dawg pound behind you."
Through the first 37 games of his NFL career, the 24-year-old Garrett has tallied 30.5 sacks and 65 QB hits. After posting 10 sacks in the first 10 games of the 2019 season, he was suspended for the final eight games of the year after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet during an on-field fight.
In January, Garrett was reinstated by the NFL and is eligible to return to the field at the start of the 2020 campaign.