Myles Garrett of the Browns was hospitalized after a rollover crash.

The Cleveland Browns revealed Monday that star defensive tackle Myles Garrett was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening wounds

 following a single-car rollover accident during practice.Initially, the team withheld additional information regarding Garrett's condition.

According to Justice, who cited officers from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the vehicle veered off the right side of the road and

flipped numerous times before coming to a halt.The report states that there was a female passenger in the car.

Although the exact cause of the collision is still unknown, OSHP reports that neither alcohol nor drugs were involved. There are pending traffic charges.

The injuries were not further described. It wasn't immediately apparent if Garrett would play in Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons.

Garrett, a three-time All-Pro, is the defensive cornerstone for Cleveland and has recorded double-digit sack totals each of the last four seasons. 

With the Browns off to a 2-1 start, he has three sacks and four tackles for loss thus far this year.