A 45-7 loss to the New England Patriots left the Cleveland Browns embarrassed on Sunday. While the outcome of the game was already unfortunate, quarterback Baker Mayfield exited the game in the third quarter with a knee injury and didn't return.
Fortunately, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski had great news on Monday. He told reporters that Mayfield is day-to-day with his knee injury and is "feeling good" about the situation.
Baker Mayfield Injury Update
It wasn't a great day for Mayfield before his injury. The 26-year-old signal-caller had completed just 52.4% of his passes for 73 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
In fact, Mayfield's entire 2021 NFL season has been underwhelming after putting up over 3,500 passing yards and 26 touchdowns last season. While he's on pace to finish with the same amount of yards, his current rate has him finishing with just 16 TDs.
Injuries have been the main reason why Mayfield has been less productive this season. He's been dealing with a shoulder fracture that's said to be healing and a torn labrum that will require offseason surgery.
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