The Cleveland Browns' defense is one of the top reasons that the team has gotten off to a 3-1 start this season. That unit has been led by star defensive end Myles Garrett, who has registered five sacks over the past two games. His play has caught the attention of the league.

On Monday, Garrett revealed that he was drug tested following Sunday's 14-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings. He blames it on being sleeveless during the game.

"I go sleeveless for one game and they hit me with a 'you got a random drug test in the morning,'" Garrett tweeted.

The NFL's drug-testing system is supposed to be completely random following games throughout the season. Garrett usually wears long sleeves for games, so he believes that showing off his huge arms may have been the reason that he was tested this week.

During the 2021 season, Garrett has racked up 11 tackles and a league-leading six sacks. In Sunday's win over the Vikings, the Browns pass rusher recorded five tackles and 0.5 sacks. 

Garrett recorded 4.5 sacks against the Chicago Bears in Week 3 and made life absolutely miserable for rookie quarterback Justin Fields. Garrett also sacked Kansas City Chiefs signal caller Patrick Mahomes once in Week 1. Clearly, he's having a pretty great season.