Baker Mayfield’s Browns Receivers Are Getting Angry
Following the release of Odell Beckham Jr., the Cleveland Browns wide receiver room hasn’t exactly rallied around Baker Mayfield, and a 45-7 thrashing by the Patriots on Sunday didn’t help matters.
Mayfield had one of his worst games of the season against the Patriots, completing only 11 of 21 passes for 73 yards and one touchdown with one interception.
Jarvis Landry, a Browns receiver, expressed frustration to reporters during his Thanksgiving Food Drive.
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“I mean, I haven’t been getting the ball as much as I would like,” Landry said to reporters.
“However, at the end of the day, I’ve been able to do with the opportunities that have been provided to me.”
Yes, I’m dealing with some issues, but on Sundays, I always give it my all, and that won’t change.”
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According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns receivers are frustrated with their quarterback because of the lack of passing game production.
Landry understands that as a team leader, he must try to keep everyone’s spirits up.
According to sources, he isn’t the only Browns receiver who is irritated right now.
Landry has been out for four games due to a knee injury, but he still has 34 targets, second only to tight end Austin Hooper on the team.
Landry has 219 yards on 23 catches but no touchdowns.
“We’ve had a lot of gradual conversations with a lot of guys,” Landry said.
“But, at the end of the day, we’re a collection of a lot of different things, players, coaches, and the staff, all trying to make sure that we’re all on the same page and trying to move forward, win one game every week.”
Odell Beckham’s Release ‘Stung’ Landry
Beckham’s release did not appear to be a popular decision in the locker room, with many saying a heartfelt goodbye to the veteran pass-catcher.
After signing with the Rams, Landry was one of the first to send a message to Beckham, one of his closest friends.
Landry wrote, “See you in the SB (Super Bowl) Brudda.”
Landry admitted that it was difficult for him to see Beckham leave because they had dreamed of playing together in the NFL since their college days at LSU.
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