Baker Mayfield had Cleveland Browns fans holding their collective breath on Sunday.
The Cleveland Browns QB had just thrown an interception to Houston Texans defensive back Justin Reid and as he attempted to make a tackle, he leaned with his shoulder and came up hurting.
Mayfield was seen grabbing his left shoulder after the tackle and he was taken to the locker room for an evaluation.
After the game, he revealed that his shoulder popped in and out.
“Obviously, not an ideal situation,” Mayfield said, via Cleveland.com. “Trying to force him back inside. I think he realized it was me standing right there so he put his head down and ran right after me. It kind of popped in and out, but I will be good. Nothing too serious.”
Mayfield finished the day 19-of-21 for 213 yards as the Browns secured their first victory of the year.