Baker Mayfield, the Browns’ quarterback, provides a somber injury update.

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Baker Mayfield, the Browns’ quarterback, provides a somber injury update.

Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns is in a place he has never been before after suffering his worst loss of his career.

On Wednesday, November 17, the embattled and injured quarterback spoke to the media about his physical condition, which he described as “the most precarious” since entering the NFL. Mayfield also discussed his playing status for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, indicating that despite being bruised and battered, he would likely be ready to play.

ESPN’s Jake Trotter tweeted a video of the quarterback’s remarks.

“This is probably the most battered I’ve ever been in my career (as an ambulance whizzes by)…” says Baker, who is also dealing with knee and foot injuries in addition to the torn labrum.

He says he’ll still play on Sunday against the New York Mets.

Detroit is one of the most important cities in the United

Browns (hashtag) pic.twitter.comukvNHfmjED (hashtag)

November 17, 2021 — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter)

“This is probably the most battered I’ve ever been in my career,” Trotter wrote online as an ambulance whizzed by.

“In addition to the torn labrum, Baker has knee and foot injuries.

He says he’ll still play on Sunday against the New York Mets.

“Detroit,” he says.

Mayfield Is Frustrating Browns Wide Receivers

Even if he’s hurt, Mayfield is still the Browns’ best hope of beating the Lions and going on to win the Super Bowl.

However, his wide receivers aren’t overjoyed at the prospect of catching passes from a quarterback who has been inconsistent all season.

Mayfield most recently went 11-for-21 for 73 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in a humiliating 45-7 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday, November 14.

Jarvis Landry spoke to reporters two days later during the wide receiver’s Thanksgiving Food Drive about the quarterback’s struggles as well as his own frustrations.

On November 16, Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot tweeted a video of the interaction.

(hashtag)Browns Jarvis Landry is baffled as to why he isn’t getting more opportunities to catch the ball pic.twitter.comuQsTEzZrN

16 November 2021 — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot)

“Sure,” says the narrator.

“I mean, I haven’t been getting the ball as much as I would like,” Landry admitted.

“But, in the end, I’ve been able to do with the opportunities I’ve been given.”

Yes, I’m dealing with some issues, but on Sundays, I always give it my all, and that won’t change.”

Landry has a total of 219 yards and 23 receptions…

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