There’s still plenty of long term questions about Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield, and if he’s going to be a solid NFL player and if his reported demons off the field will follow him to the NFL.
Evidently the Browns are willing to find out, as SI reports that the Browns are a team that will bring Mayfield in for a private visit, taking a look look at him before they make any decisions in the NFL Draft.
Here’s the report from SI on the Browns chatting with Mayfield:
In the quest to land a franchise quarterback, the Browns are doing their homework. Less than three days after the final whistle blew on a monstrously entertaining Super Bowl, the Browns requested a private visit with Baker Mayfield, his first such invite, two league sources tell The MMQB.
New general manager John Dorsey and head coach Hue Jackson are continuing the seemingly perennial search for the player who will lead the Browns out of a more-than-two-decade stretch without a playoff victory. Mayfield figures to be a topic of intense scrutiny for not only the Browns, but a handful of other teams working to evaluate one of the 2018 NFL draft’s biggest wild cards.
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