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Cleveland Brown's quarterback Baker Mayfield was fined $ 1
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NFL fines #Browns QB Baker Mayfield $ 10,026 for unsportsmanlike behavior after a TD pass last week – a gesture that seemed to show its big gut.  Jason McIntyre by Big Lead gave the video of the celebration, which resembled a certain D-Generation X gesture for some late 1990s and early 2000s WWF fans.
Mayfield had plenty to celebrate after the match, as his brown hit the Bengals 26-18 to improve to 7-7-1.
Per Mary Kay Cabot by Cleveland.com said Mayfield's agent, Tom Mills, rookie will appeal the fine.
The beginner has a reputation as an honest player wh o is not afraid to show emotions.
Some are similar, while others do not.
The public person extends back to his days in Oklahoma when he ] planted the OU flag on the Ohio State logo and gestured and screamed at the Kansas sideline.
His actions this season have stared down ex-Brown's coach Hue Jackson and called him "fake" in a Instagram comment.
Mayfield did not apologize for his staredown and declared where he was from.
"I don't understand why people have a soccer problem as a competitive sport," Mayfield told reporters Wednesday. "You should play with emotions. You're meant to play with passion. Honestly, if you don't like it, anything. Football isn't supposed to be a soft game. I could care less."
His winning is increasingly appealing to the fans. If he was responsible for a 3-12 Browns team and does similar things, public opinion may be skewed towards him. But he led a franchise that went 1-31 in the last two seasons to a 7-5-1 mark in games he played this year, which might put more people in his corner.
Whether on the Mayfield spectrum (and some of his actions cannot be defended), his honesty is refreshing.
Many athletes speak in clichés to avoid being the center of attention for incorrect reasons, but the quarterback does not care much about reactions to his comments. Also, Brown's teammates, coaches and staff, who seem to love him, noted by this Mic's Up segment (h / t Evan Silva of Rotoworld):
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Baker Mayfield mic & d up is so good.
– Super-tight with OC Kitchens
– Big Phil Collins fan
– cares about teammates' statistical milestones
– Njoku tells him he blocks better than him
– saves game ball for Olympic coach who broke the ankle
– reminds so much about Favre
It's finally Mayfield a wonderful entertainer, making him one of the more fun professional athletes to watch.