CLEVELAND — When Baker Mayfield was fined over $10,000 for his touchdown celebration against the Bengals, in true Cleveland fashion fans showed up to help out their rookie hero by raising money to pay for the fine through a GoFundMe campaign.
Mayfield responded to the effort by telling fans that all the money raised will go to Providence House, a crisis nursery center that provides emergency shelter to children living in abusive situations.
What a guy. When he's not dangerous, he's generous.
On Wednesday, the campaign raised $3,345 of a $10,026 goal.