"Nah, what (the Browns) decide to do, I'll be OK with, and I'll accept it and move on, but I think we're good with what we have," Garrett told Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal on Tuesday. "I'm always going to be passionate about the guys we have in the locker room because they've always been OK with me, they've always done right by me, so I have no problem playing with them, going out there and sweating, bleeding, and winning with them."
McCoy, who's been linked to the Browns throughout the offseason, was finally released by the Bucs on Monday after nine seasons, making him a free agent.
"It's going to be explosive in the middle," he said. "Either QBs are going to get sacked trying to step up away from me and Olivier or they're going to step back and get clobbered by us two coming off the edge. It's definitely going to be a really good pass rush and really good defensive line."
Cleveland finished the 2018 campaign with 37 sacks as a team, tied for 22nd in the league. McCoy was one of the most disruptive interior tackles in the NFL over his time in Tampa and recorded at least six sacks in each of the last six seasons.