Baker Mayfield looked extremely defeated after Broncos loss, and Twitter had jokes

Cleveland Browns' Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry ordered to change out of their colorful cleats

NFL told Beckham, Landry to change cleats or not play in 2nd half

With Baker Mayfield looking like a star over the second half of last season, and the team adding Odell Beckham Jr., Sheldon Richardson, Olivier Vernon, Greedy Williams, and more in trades, free agency, and the draft, it looked like the Browns were indeed on the rise. He threw for 272 yards and one TD, however he couldn't convert a fourth-and-short on a QB sneak on the Broncos 5 with 5:23 left within the third.

In the end, both National Football League players changed their footwear during halftime, only to lose the game to the Broncos - Broncos 24, Browns 19. We haven't executed. I think, like I said earlier, we had a good plan we just haven't executed it. Security Jermaine Whitehead despatched threatening posts on Twitter following the loss that led to the crew condemning his conduct in an announcement. A few hours after the game, the Browns issued a statement. If it's not a complete social media meltdown, it's a uniform violation.

Beckham has seen dress violations this whole season with the Browns (2-6), his new team.

Requested if the Browns had been headed in the proper route, Beckham mentioned to examine again later.

Per NFL rules, "A gamer might put on footwear that are black, white, or any type of Constitutional team color, or any kind of combination of black, white, and a Constitutional team shade". He said he wore them for comfort, but they didn't match the Browns' deep orange and brown color scheme. 'Again, out of my control, those things.

"When I have cleats on my feet, they could be hot pink, lime green, it's never going to affect me", Beckham said. "But two receivers going into a must-win game on the road with custom cleats that could potentially reduce their availability for the game isn't an ideal situation for Cleveland".

While Beckham said cleats aren't something he's concerned about when he's "trying to win a game", the pass-catcher suggested he's subject to above-average scrutiny from the league. "I'll just do the best job I can do". We were supposed to wear white jerseys this week.

"Leave this loss here, get on a plane, get back at it", Beckham mentioned.

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