Texas Native Baker Mayfield Refuses to Leave Field Until Every Soldier Gets an Autograph

Heisman Trophy winner & Lake Travis High School grad makes sure every soldier gets selfie and autograph

AUSTIN Texas (Texas Insider Report) While its common for NFL players to sign autographs for fans attending training camp for the Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield a Heisman Trophy winner and product of Lake Travis High School just outside of Austin Texas making sure every soldier got an autograph was big and is one of the many notable things hes done prior to the start of the 2019-20 NFL Season.

Mayfield was not about to leave a group of soldiers hanging when the Cleveland Browns finished their practice earlier this month.

The star quarterback decided to stay until every soldier got an autograph and despite the Browns being called off the field wouldnt leave until he took a photo and signed autographs for every soldier who wanted one.


The soldiers were very appreciative of the former Heisman Trophy winner for staying and for taking the time to take selfies with them.

Throughout his rookie season the #1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft was defined by both his bold personality and his facial hair. Last month Mayfield debuted his new mustache at the start of training camp.


Because of what he was able to do on the field last year in Cleveland he was able to get away with it.

Mayfield (at right with wife Emily whom he married earlier this summer) created hope across the state of Ohio with his plays on the field and proved to be one of the most exciting figures in the league.

In 2018 the Browns finished the season with a 7-9 record. However after Mayfield took over as the starting quarterback in the early stages of the 2018 season he electrified the team while throwing for 3725 yards 27 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

One of the turning points of the season was when Mayfield led the Browns to a 28-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons which began a streak of winning four of their next six games.

After the win Mayfield had a response that drew national headlines.

I just woke up feeling real dangerous he told via Cleveland.com.

Mayfield told Sports Illustrated recently Its being the same guy every day... setting the expectations and working for it. Really taking pride in being a good teammate."

Mayfield came in second in the voting for the NFLs 2017-2018 Offensive Rookie of the Year voting behind New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley.

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