Baker Mayfield is still searching for a new home after the Browns acquired Deshaun Watson, and it may not be easy for Cleveland to find a suitor.
Indianapolis is no longer interested in trading for Mayfield, and the Saints, Panthers, nor Falcons appear to want Mayfield’s services, per Cleveland.com’s Mary Kay Cabot. Though one franchise could be a sensible landing spot.
The Seahawks could be interested in acquiring Mayfield “at the right price,” per Cabot. Cleveland appears to have lowered its asking price for the former No. 1 pick in the last week, with a first-round pick no longer required to receive Mayfield.
It was a difficult 2021 for Mayfield. He battled through a slate of injuries in 14 starts, tallying just 17 touchdowns along with 13 interceptions. The Browns finished 8–9, third in the AFC North.
Seattle will have a new signal-caller for the first time since 2012 next season. Russell Wilson was traded to the Broncos on March 8 after 10 years with the Seahawks.
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