Browns' Baker Mayfield on shaved 'stache: "I didn't deserve" the handlebars

McManamon Freddie Kitchens can talk about execution but Browns’ issues run much deeper

According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, some teams believe that if the Browns continue to struggle this year and into next year, trading Beckham could be a realistic scenario.

On Wednesday, he explained his grooming habits.

With Cleveland off to a disappointing 2-6 start in Beckham's first season since the blockbuster trade from NY, there's been talk that the Browns might try to trade OBJ.

Baker Mayfield's epic handlebar mustache lived a wild (albeit short) life. "And the original thought for me, do the handlebars because I was undefeated before Sunday with the handlebar mustache, so I shaved it off because I didn't deserve it".

Mayfield's 71.3 quarterback rating is the worst of any quarterback who's started more than five games this season, and his 12 interceptions are tied for the league lead with Jameis Winston.

Last week, Mayfield stormed away from his media availability after a testy exchange with a reporter and admitted afterward in a tweet that he was "frustrated".

The speedy Beckham caught his only touchdown pass in Week two, and the Browns have not absent to him just about plenty of in the purple zone.

Browns coach Freddie Kitchens, whose job will be in jeopardy if the losing persists, said Mayfield can't let the losing affect him. "Which is some thing that we acquired the tricky way, but I think as the weeks have long gone by, we'll carry on to increase on how to get the ball to him". "It's Odell Beckham. He's going to have double coverage".

One downfall for the Browns offense, which ranks 26th in efficiency, has been the inability to consistently get the ball to their best playmaker, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

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