Rookie Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield isn’t totally broken up about Hue Jackson’s departure.
According to a new report per ESPN’s Ian Rapoport, the first round draft pick won’t be spending much time reflecting on his good days with Jackson. (RELATED: Baker Mayfield Is Giving Suggestions On How To Improve The Browns’ Season)
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“From what I hear, Baker Mayfield is not going to exactly miss Hue Jackson,” Rapoport told Keith Britton of 92.3 The Fan.
— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) October 29, 2018
The Browns abruptly fired head coach Hue Jackson, along with offensive coordinator Todd Haley, on Monday. The decision came following Cleveland’s blowout loss to the Steelers, 33-18. Jackson led the Browns to a 3-36-1 record during his time with the franchise.
Baker made headlines last week after he publicly disagreed with Jackson about the future of the team’s success (and how to get there) during a post game press conference.
#Browns QB Baker Mayfield on Hue’s postgame comments: “I think a lot of things are said postgame, emotionally. I think the thing around here is, we don’t need to re-invent the wheel. We need to perfect our craft. We have what we have, we don’t need to change too much.”
— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) October 24, 2018