The drama between Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns consumed the NFL on Thursday, and now the Indianapolis Colts are in the mix.

Thursday afternoon, news broke that Mayfield requested a trade from Cleveland. The decision is likely attributed to the Browns’ interest in pursuing other quarterbacks, including Houston Texans’ Deshaun Watson.

The Browns offered to meet him in Texas to discuss the situation, but he denied the proposal. Shortly after, Cleveland announced that they would not be accommodating Mayfield’s request.

The saga continues, with the most recent update being the Colts’ latest involvement. Indianapolis is the quarterback’s target destination.

ESPN reporter Jeremy Fowler tweeted the news Thursday afternoon.

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The Colts recently traded their starting quarterback, Carson Wentz, to the Washington Commanders in exchange for upcoming draft picks. They are on the market for a play-caller, and this could be a win-win situation for both parties. Mayfield wants out of Cleveland, and the Colts have a vacancy.

The only loser in the situation? The Browns. If Mayfield can work his way out of Cleveland somehow, they will be forced to continue their search for a starter.

This past season, Mayfield only played 14 games due to a torn labrum in his left shoulder. In those limited games, he threw 253 completions for 3,010 yards and 17 touchdowns.

The quarterback had surgery on his non-throwing arm and began his recovery at the beginning of the offseason. He should be on track to be a healthy starter for the upcoming season, wherever his career may take him.