September 25, 2022
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Baker Mayfield, Browns Decide to Excuse QB From Minicamp, per Report

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Cleveland and Baker Mayfield have reportedly come to a decision about the quarterback’s status for minicamp as he misses OTAs on Wednesday. 

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the former No. 1 pick will be excused from mandatory minicamp next week as questions about his future continue to go unanswered. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski refused to issue a comment to reporters about Mayfield’s status on Monday, but the quarterback remains on the roster. 

He has been away from the team since the Browns traded for Deshaun Watson in March, signing the former Texans star to a five-year contract worth a guaranteed $230 million. It set a new record for the highest guaranteed contract ever. Plus, a clause built into the contract will have Watson losing only $55,556 for every game he’s suspended this season, as he is set to make just $1 million in 2022. 





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