CLEVELAND — Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is the latest Cleveland athlete to be featured in the final print edition of the popular BODY Issue of ESPN the Magazine.
The BODY Issue, the annual publication that features athletes from many different sports nude or semi-nude, included Garrett in the shoot in addition to 20 other athletes.
Garrett joins teammate Odell Beckham Jr., Cavaliers Kevin Love, and Indians Yasiel Puig as Cleveland athletes who have appeared in the BODY Issue.
Click to see some of Garrett’s BODY Issue photos provided by ESPN. Warning: Images are obviously not safe for work.
Love appeared in the magazine in 2015 with Beckham, while Puig appeared in last year’s edition.
For Garrett’s shoot, he was photographed in the desert fully nude but posed in ways to partially cover himself.
Garrett’s edition of the BODY Issue will be the final print version as ESPN The Magazine is shutting down in September, but the potential for a digital version remains as ESPN evolves and focuses on digital consumption.
The magazine will hit the shelves on Friday.
Here is a list of all of the athletes featured in the final print edition:
Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns Defensive End
Scout Bassett, U.S. Paralympic Track and Field Athlete
Liz Cambage, Las Vegas Aces Center
Katrin Davidsdottir, CrossFit Women’s Champion, 2015 & 2016
Eagles Offensive Line: Super Bowl LII Champions
- Brandon Brooks
- Lane Johnson
- Jason Kelce
- Isaac Seumalo
- Halapoulivaati Vaitai
James Hinchcliffe, IndyCar Series Driver
Alex Honnold, Climber
Evander Kane, San Jose Sharks Left Wing
Brooks Koepka, PGA Tour Golfer and World #1
Nancy Lieberman, Basketball Hall of Famer
Amanda Nunes, UFC Champion
Kelley O’Hara, USWNT and Utah Royals Defender
Katelyn Ohashi, Gymnast
Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder Point Guard
Lakey Peterson, WSL Surfer
Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver
Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder, Reigning NL MVP