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Myles Garrett tells officials to ‘do your job’ after Browns victimized by poor officiating again

Frustrations are mounting after another blown call that went against Cleveland

Myles Garrett doesn’t care if he gets fined for criticizing the league’s officials. After the Browns were once again victimized by poor officiating during their loss to the Chargers on Sunday, the second-year pass rusher won’t let the threat of a financial penalty quiet him.

On Friday, Garrett told NFL officials to follow Bill Belichick’s motto: “Do your job.”

“Do your job just like we need to do our job,” Garrett said, per the Associated Press. “If it’s holding, call holding. If it’s a false start, [call] false start, whether it’s us or them.”

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