Wednesday marked the final day of on-field workouts for the Cleveland Browns’ mandatory minicamp. Before the players began practice, the team’s trio of quarterbacks—Tyrod Taylor, Baker Mayfield and Drew Stanton—spoke to the media. And based on their comments, it appears there has been no change in the hierarchy before the team convenes for training camp in late July.
Taylor says he now feels like the leader of Cleveland’s offense. While “It takes time to learn guys on both sides of the ball. It takes time to learn the building,” said Taylor, “but as far as me commanding and taking control of the huddle, taking control of groups when we are working out and speaking up when stuff needs to be said, I definitely feel comfortable in doing that.”
That process started earlier in the offseason, when Taylor worked out with some of his teammates in Miami.