Baker Mayfield Selling Cringey Shirts Ahead of Browns Week 1 Clash
One of the most highly anticipated games on the Week 1 NFL schedule is a matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Carolina Panthers. Quarterback Baker Mayfield is immediately facing the team that traded him away this offseason and is now selling cringey shirts to celebrate the situation at hand.
Browns vs Panthers Week 1
Mayfield announced on Friday through his Twitter account that he has partnered with Glory Days Apparel to sell officially licensed t-shirts. One shirt in particular is going to get fans riled up, though. It presents the Week 1 game like a concert, with a the saying "one day only" plastered on the front.
That's not even the cringey part. This t-shirt also includes the statement "off the leash" and Mayfield smiling in a cowboy hat with a broken dog collar by his side. Of course, it can only be assumed that the entire thing a reference to Cleveland's Dawg Pound and how the QB has been freed in a way.
The t-shirt is selling for $38 and it acts as more fuel to the fire for a Browns team that certainly has enough motivation already. Keep in mind Mayfield was involved in some controversy earlier this week when NFL Network Analyst Cynthia Freelund said he told her "I'm going to f--- them up."
Mayfield then denied making that statement, but not before Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett said the team is using it as bulletin board material. For now, the Panthers are a 2.5-point home favorite against the Browns with odds set at -138 on the moneyline, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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