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Off-line: Browns' Mayfield planning hiatus from social media

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Posted at 7:05 PM, Jan 26, 2022

CLEVELAND — As he recovers from shoulder surgery, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield plans to rest his thumbs as well.

Mayfield said he plans to take a break from “all social media for the foreseeable future.”

Ironically, the polarizing QB went on his Instagram page to announce his hiatus from tweeting and posting.

Mayfield recently concluded a dreadful, injury-filled fourth season with the Browns, who were among the NFL’s most disappointing teams.

Cleveland went 8-9, missed the playoffs and dealt with drama, much of it involving Mayfield.

He recently underwent surgery for a torn labrum in his left shoulder.