1. Mayfield came off as advertised–a leader of men. Despite being a rookie, the former Heisman winner has a confidence about him. Call it cockiness or arrogance if you want, but it’s OK.
The man’s an NFL quarterback.
Couple that with the reports that have been coming out of camp about his play and you may begin to realize that Cleveland may really have something in the Oklahoma product.
Fans who have been hearing about the RV finally got an inside look at the mobile homer Mayfield provided to his fellow quarterbacks, but the best Baker moment came when he had to reveal his signing bonus to his teammates, followed by his rendition of the John Denver hit, “Country Roads, Take Me Home”.
It’s not hard to figure out why the producers led with the footage.
Cleveland, and more specifically, the Browns, have a clean slate.
3. Josh Gordon sent condolences to Jackson over his losses, most notably texting, “See you soon.”
4. Gregg Williams was made for this show, and no additional proof was need than when he lost his voice on the third day of practice and one of his players asked if he needed a “lozenge.”
The defensive coordinator responded, “I”ve got your lozenge [expletive]”
5. Jarvis Landry only endeared himself to the Dawg Pound with a rant in the wide receiver’s room.
Landry got up in front of everyone and scolded players for not practicing. He said if someone wasn’t practicing, they’re hamstring better be falling off.
Up next week: Hard Knocks will reveal what went on inside the building as Corey Coleman found out he was traded, in addition to coverage of the team’s preseason opener against the Giants.