Baker Mayfield Apologies To Browns; Beckham Reportedly Wants Out

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Baker Mayfield voiced frustration toward Cleveland Browns medical staff following 27-19 win over Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

On Sunday, FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported Odell Beckham, an NFL All-Pro wide receiver, wants out of Clevend telling players, coaches outside the organization concerns regarding his health.

"I'd say that it wasn't handled right," Mayfield said, following Sunday's game, via ESPN.com.

"He's not able to run as well as he ... should be able to, as well as he knows. And that's frustrating for him. You can sense some of his frustration, where that comes from. It wasn't handled the right way, in our training room. It is what it is. His not 100% is still good enough for us."

Beckham's concerns reportedly stem from a sports hernia, multiple outlets reported on Sunday morning.

"I don't really know," Beckham told NFL Network. "You have to ask the doctors if you have a chance to interview them. I really don't know what to tell you."

Mayfield took to Twitter following his post-game comments apologizing to the Browns organization.

“My intentions were not to throw our medical staff under the bus,” tweeted Mayfield.

“Those people within our building know my intentions and where I am coming from. I truly believe that and I apologize to those that don’t deserve the backlash....”

Mayfield, Browns travel to face Kyler Murray and Arizona Cardinals Sunday.

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