Baker Mayfield is ready to get going with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The former Cleveland Browns quarterback signed a one-year contract with the Bucs worth up to $8.5 million earlier this month. And having now officially gotten pen to paper, the 27-year-old had a message for the Tampa fans.

“Hey Bucs fans, Baker Mayfield here. Just signed the contract, ready to get to work,” Mayfield said in a video posted on the Buccaneers Twitter account on Monday. “Happy to be here. Let's get it!”

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Mayfield will be competing with Kyle Trask for the quarterback position following Tom Brady's retirement. Although there's no guarantee he will be the starting quarterback, given Trask's inexperience and Mayfield's mix of experience and youth, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the latter start games.

“Baker is a tough competitor who plays with the kind of passion and confidence that you look for in a quarterback,” Buccaneers General Manager Jason Licht said last week. “He’s a young veteran with good upside who should thrive in our new offensive system with receivers like Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Russell Gage.

“He had an impressive 2020 season when he led the Browns to their playoff appearance and did some good things during his brief stint with the Rams at the end of last season. I know from speaking with him that he is excited to come in and compete for the starting job.”

Mayfield has started 69 NFL games (72 in total) and gone 31-38 in those games. The former No. 1 pick will be looking for a change in fortune as he will feature for his fourth team in the last three years.