Former quarterback Baker Mayfield was asked about his tenure at “his old place,” a reference to his time with the Cleveland Browns. Instead, Mayfield dove into his time at Oklahoma, stating Cleveland was “not my old place, I used to play there.” This is quite a bold thing for a quarterback who has been benched twice by the Carolina Panthers this season to say.
It seems that Mayfield is not fond of his former team or his time in Cleveland. Not much to worry about there, as the majority of those in Cleveland feel quite similar to his tenure in the brown and orange.
Mayfield’s future remains quite uncertain, but the words of a backup quarterback don’t carry much weight in Cleveland.
Baker Mayfield asked about the quarterbacks at “his old place” (Cleveland) but he defaults to Oklahoma.
“That’s not my old place. I used to play there.”
— Will Kunkel (@WillKunkelFOX) November 24, 2022