Browns Offensive Coordinator Freddie Kitchens Says Baker Mayfield Was ‘Speaking The Truth’ When He Called Hue Jackson Fake

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This week Browns QB Baker Mayfield caused a bit of controversy when he called out former coach Hue Jackson for joining the Cincinnati Bengals after this weekend’s Browns-Bengals game

Left Cleveland goes to Cincinatti, I don’t know someone that was in our locker room that was asking us to play for him then goes to a different team that plays us twice a year everyone can have their spin on it,that’s how I feel

Mayfield caught some blowback from ESPN’s Damien Woody who called the Browns QB immature for targeting Jackson.

Baker Mayfield needs to grow up. This is pro football. You’re dealing with grown men. Things happen in pro football, people get fired go to other teams. Players get cut, they fo to rivals, it happens all the time. Coach gets fired decided to pick up an available job.

What I find funny about this whole thing is didn’t Baker Mayfield go from Texas Tech to Oklahoma? You went from Texas Tech to Oklahoma two teams in the Big 12, you went from one rival to another in the same conference.

Mayfield issued a response to Woody on Instagram and proceeded to call Jackson “fake” while doing so.

Browns interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens doesn’t think Baker said anything wrong because he was “speaking the truth” about Jackson.

Seems like Hue Jackson wasn’t very well liked when he was coaching in Cleveland.


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