The Cleveland Browns seem no closer to resolving the future of QB Baker Mayfield than the day they traded for Deshaun Watson to take his place.
Mayfield wanted to be traded to the Indianapolis Colts, they instead traded for Matt Ryan. The Seattle Seahawks have been mentioned as a possible landing spot, but they don’t seem to be showing much interest.
That seems to leave the Carolina Panthers. On Friday, a fan Instagram account, @panthers.way, posted a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that suggested Carolina was the most likely landing spot for Mayfield.
Carolina Panthers wideout Robby Anderson made it clear he does not want that move to happen.
With the Panthers still looking for an answer under center, Mayfield remains a viable option for 2022, no matter what Anderson thinks about it.
It is interesting for a player to push back against another player like this publicly.
Anderson had his worst professional season in 2021 when he racked up just 53 receptions, 519 yards and five touchdowns. He should be hoping the team brings in a QB that is clearly better than what the Panthers have on their roster right now.