Myles Garrett is on a streak of seeking ownership outside of the National Football League (NFL).

On Nov. 6, the Cleveland Browns defensive end announced that he has joined actor Mark Wahlberg’s sports utility gear company Municipal as an equity partner and brand ambassador, according to Boardroom.

“The opportunity had to make sense from a business sense, an opportunity sense, and an impact sense,” Garrett told the outlet when asked why he teamed up with Municipal. “We sat down to look at all the options on the table, and MUNICIPAL aligned with what we want to accomplish in the now, as well as the opportunities and doors we want to open in the future.”

While the partnership is still fresh, the 27-year-old already has his sights on incorporating Municipal with his other business moves.

“We want to have an impact that connects with communities all over the world,” he said. “We have a vision on having a global impact and building a sustainable company that resonates inside and outside the world of Sport.”

Garrett also shared with the outlet that the partnership was initially sparked several years ago when he and Wahlberg realized they had a lot in common and began building a working relationship.

Upon the release of the announcement, Wahlberg reinforced this. “You don’t need to spend more than a few seconds talking to Myles to know he’s built differently,” the actor and businessman said. “In the gym, on the field, out in the community, he’s all out and won’t stop until he achieves what he’s setting out to achieve. He’s 100% a MUNICIPAL man.”

Ahead of his Municipal announcement, Garrett added a NBA team to his portfolio. As previously shared by AFROTECH, in October 2023, he purchased a minority stake in the Cleveland Cavaliers as well as joined as a brand ambassador.