Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is ready to unleash the beast that is Myles Garrett on the Titans now that Garrett is almost fully recovered from his high right ankle sprain.

Garrett, who leads the team with three sacks in two games, nearly doubled his snaps to 33 during a 33-17 loss to the Texans last week, but Williams served notice to the Titans and left tackle Taylor Lewan that he's coming hard Sunday.

"He played well (vs. the Texans) and he played dominant in a lot of phases, and you're going to see him play more this week,'' Williams said Friday. "It was the next step and I was holding my breath it wasn't going to set him back, and it hasn't set him back. He's had a very good week of practice, so we're turning him loose.''

Garrett hopes to throw a curveball at Lewan with some new pass-rush tricks. Garrett will try to storm past the 2016 Pro Bowl left tackle on the way to Marcus Mariota, whom he believes the Browns can keep in the pocket because of his hamstring injury.

Sunday will mark only Garrett's third career start after sitting out the first four games with the ankle.