CLEVELAND - Former Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! after he was selected as the first overall draft pick by the Cleveland Browns on Thursday.
Kimmel poked fun at the Browns previous season record, and of course, Mayfield's next home: Cleveland.
When Kimmel asked if Mayfield was excited to move to a place that all kids dream of, he responded with an obligatory, "I am, I am," as his family and friends, who were in the background, erupted in laughter.
The late-night host couldn't hang up the video call with Mayfield without mentioning the Browns previous season.
"You only have to beat zero wins to improve the team next year," Kimmel said before asking if Mayfield could guarantee a win.
Stunned with laughter at what to say next, Mayfield responded by saying he didn't want to guarantee anything.
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On Friday, Mayfield and fourth draft pick Denzel Ward will throw the first pitch during the Indians game.