The Pro Bowl Games resulted in at least one injury Sunday, with Browns defensive end Myles Garrett suffering a dislocated toe. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero was the first to report the news.

The Browns said X-rays came back negative, so it’s unknown how the injury will affect the four-time Pro Bowler’s offseason training.

Garrett’s injury occurred during the Gridiron Gauntlet obstacle course competition in Las Vegas. The Browns star was competing against Panthers defensive end Brian Burns in the AFC-vs.-NFC competition.

It’s unclear at what point Garrett dislocated his toe, but he was seen limping off the field following his portion of the competition.

Below is a video of Garrett limping off the field at Allegiant Stadium after his turn on the obstacle course.