Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield abruptly ended a news conference Wednesday after growing frustrated with a reporter’s line of questioning.
The questions came more than seven minutes into Mayfield’s news conference and revolved around a sequence at the end of the first half of Cleveland’s 27-13 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Tony Grossi, a reporter with 850 ESPN in Cleveland, asked Mayfield about what he perceived as “a lack of urgency” on a two-minute drive before halftime.
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