Browns QB Baker Mayfield says ‘I want to win Super Bowls’
The new-look Cleveland Browns appear all set and ready to roll ahead of the upcoming 2019-20 campaign. With second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield now at the forefront of what seems like it will be quite the turnaround in Cleveland, the Browns’ starting signal caller couldn’t be happier to be a part of the upstart AFC North franchise.
Not only that, but the former No. 1 overall draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner is ready to bring a Super Bowl title to Cleveland.
“I’m absolutely not satisfied with how last year ended by any means,’’ Mayfield recently told Cleveland.com. “I want to win Super Bowls. I want to do a lot more. That’s why you combine that with guys like these guys who talk about legacy and leaving something behind that they can be proud of and look back on. That’s about setting your own expectations. So, yeah, they keep increasing. The more talent I have around me it’s going to make my job a lot easier, but that means I have to work that much harder for it.”
Of course, the Browns opened the team’s offseason by acquiring former New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., a move that has fans of the typically lowly franchise thrilled — to say the least.
“As you can imagine, pretty excited,’’ Mayfield said during Beckham’s introductory press conference on Monday, via Cleveland.com. “It was one of those things that, like O said, it’s one of those things you can’t put into words to describe it correctly. I had two people at the house sitting there when I found out. I just started screaming, just yelling like you would have thought I was on the field on game day, just excited.”