Myles Garrett offers to help family of Louisville man killed by police
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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has offered to "take care of anything" for the family of Louisville business owner David McAtee, who was shot and killed by law enforcement Monday during a protest.

Garrett took to Twitter to ask for help getting in contact with McAtee's family.

McAtee, 53, owned YaYa's BBQ and was known to provide free meals for law enforcement officers, according to Phillip M. Bailey and Darcy Costello of the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Louisville Metro Police Department chief Steve Conrad said officers and soldiers were shot at and "returned fire," resulting in McAtee's death.

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