“Baker Mayfield is still a really IMMATURE GUY!”: Jordan Schultz gives an interesting update on Browns QB’s future at the franchise

Find out why teams don't want to trade in Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield according to Jordan Schultz.

Baker Mayfield
Baker Mayfield

The Cleveland Browns are currently in a spot of bother with their quarterback position. They traded Houstan Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in a mega dollar deal but that has gone horribly wrong.

Deshaun Watson was currently filed with a 26th civil law suit in harassment and sexual molestation charges. There is little to no hope as to whether we will be able to see Deshaun Watson feature for the Cleveland Browns.

The NFL has low expectations from Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield
Baker Mayfield

While the Cleveland Browns traded in Deshaun Watson, they tried to get rid of quarterback Baker Mayfield who was earlier their number one but has been demoted since then. And it might have also been revealed why the teams are thinking so.

It is being discussed that teams don’t rate Baker Mayfield as a leader in the field which might be the reason why they don’t want to take in as a starting quarterback. And Baker Mayfield is not being taken by the Cleveland Browns as well despite that they don’t have a quarterback as well.

NFL analyst Jordan Schultz has recently said on the Pat McAfee Show that teams in the NFL think Baker Mayfield is immature and not a leader. “There is a sense around the league that Baker Mayfield is still a really immature guy and even if he’s healthy, do you really want to deal with that in your locker room,” Jordan Schultz reported during a Thursday interview with Pat McAfee.

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