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Baker Mayfield: “No one is going to feel bad for you”

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Mayfield’s injury woes seemingly multiply on a weekly basis, starting with the torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder suffered in Week 2, and continuing through a broken in his non-throwing shoulder, some sort of injury to his left foot, and a hit to his right knee in last week’s game against the New England Patriots that made his leg go numb and ultimately led to him exiting the game near the end of the third quarter.

Through it all Mayfield has only missed one game, but his performance has been extremely erratic, which has helped to contribute to the Browns heading into this week’s game against the Detroit Lions having lost four of their last six games. Fellow running back Nick Chubb is still on the COVID-19 list and Stefanski said the team will “Let the protocols play themselves out” when it comes to determining if Chubb will be cleared in time to face Detroit.

And, as Mayfield rightfully pointed out, nobody is certainly going to feel bad about the Browns and their current situation.


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