Baker Mayfield knows how to wait until his turn, which almost always comes sooner than expected. That happened at Texas Tech when the walk-on true freshman started in the season opener. It happened again at Oklahoma when Mayfield won a quarterback competition as a sophomore and went on to become a three-time Heisman Trophy finalist. Now, the Browns’ No. 1 pick is in the process of waiting his turn behind veteran Tyrod Taylor, a process that started at Cleveland’s rookie minicamp Friday.
Mayfield, with hands clasped above his waist, detailed that one time when he had to wait a little longer. Mayfield’s parents let their son play football only in the backyard and at recess. So when did that wait end?
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Eric Reid, who joined alongside Kaepernick’s protest in San Francisco by kneeling during the anthem over the last two seasons, remains unsigned. Reid has also filed a collusion grievance.
Before Game 5 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals on Thursday, Golden State coach Steve Kerr candidly expressed his opinion on the NFL’s anthem policy.