The Cleveland Browns and Baker Mayfield are on rough terms this offseason.

Mayfield opted out of the end of the regular season to get a head start on surgery and the recovery process for his shoulder injury. The quarterback dealt with a torn labrum in his left shoulder for a large portion of the season, not helping his poor performance.

Originally, it seemed like Mayfield was working towards being the starter for the Browns next season. However, that changed when rumors and reports came out that Cleveland was interested in Deshaun Watson. The organization is passed that option, but Mayfield is done with the Browns.

Thursday afternoon, Mayfield requested a trade to get out of the organization. According to a report, the Browns offered to meet him in Texas, but he allegedly denied the attempt to rekindle their relationship.

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Now, the Browns refuse to part ways with Mayfield, despite his not wanting to be in Cleveland. ESPN Browns reporter Jake Trotter tweeted the news shortly after Mayfield made the request.

The Browns communicated to their quarterback that they are “not accommodating his request.” In other words, Mayfield is stuck in Cleveland for the time being.

According to Spotrac, Mayfield is entering his final year of a four-year, $32,682,980 contract with Cleveland. The contract began in 2018, and the team exercised his fifth-year option in April of 2021 to extend him until 2023.