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BEREA , Ohio (AP) — Baker Mayfield has become the NFL’s unwanted poster boy for helmet-to-helmet hits.Twice this season, Cleveland’s rookie quarterback has been struck in the head by tacklers during games and both times the officials failed to call a penalty for the obvious infractions.Mayfield’s trying not to take oversights personally.“They just have to find their consistency,” he said of the erratic calls. “With every ref it’s different — how they see it, how they’re seeing the plays, momentum with the whistle, when it’s blown, stuff like that. So as they continue to try to enforce the same rule, I think the consistency will grow. But right now, that’s why you’re seeing some confusion.”On Oct. 21 at Tampa Bay, Mayfield slid after a 35-yard run and was drilled from the side by Buccaneers safety Jordan Whitehead, who wasn’t flagged but was fined $26,739 fine by the NFL, which acknowledged days after the hit that it should have been a penalty.Last week, Kansas City safety Ron Parker delivered a glancing blow with his helmet to Mayfield while the quarterback was being wrapped up by defensive tackle Chris Jones. Again, no penalty was called, but Mayfield was forced to leave the game after an independent medical observer called the officials and requested the QB undergo a concussion evaluation.Mayfield passed the test and was allowed to return three plays later. He fought to stay in the game.“Yeah. I guess that is the new rule,” he said. “I have to come off the field for a checkup.”Parker could be fined by the league Joe Thomas Jersey , which announces its weekly punishments on Saturday.Mayfield, the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft, joked that Parker’s hit fortunately didn’t do any damage.“It would be more frustrating if it hurt,” Mayfield said. “I was more frustrated they took me out of the game, to be honest with you. But they’re protecting me. They’re doing their job. So ultimately what can I complain about?”Mayfield has sympathy for the officials, who are doing what they can to protect players — especially quarterbacks — while presiding over a game that’s moving very fast. Mayfield smiled when asked if the officiating was as uneven when he played in college at Oklahoma.“No,” he said, grinning. “I had a bunch of friends out there, so it was good.” BEREA, Ohio (AP) — The Browns believe they finally have the pieces. All that's missing is someone to keep them together.A day after Cleveland ended a promising turnaround season following a winless 2017, general manager John Dorsey said he will interview interim coach Gregg Williams and offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens in his search for the Browns' ninth full-time coach since 1999.Dorsey's pursuit will start internally and quickly expand. "Why not go and look at everybody?" Dorsey said Monday.For once, the Browns can be picky. Their coaching vacancy is more attractive than it's been in the past.With cornerstone players like quarterback Baker Mayfield, Pro Bowl defensive end Myles Garrett and wide receiver Jarvis Landry in addition to highly touted rookies Nick Chubb and Denzel Ward, an abundance of salary-cap space, 11 draft picks in 2019 and deeply committed owners, Cleveland is a coveted job.The Browns have gone from appalling to appealing."There is a bright future with this organization," Dorsey said. "Hopefully Chris Hubbard Color Rush Jersey , they can see what we see here."Dorsey isn't disclosing which candidates he'll interview, but the team has requested permission to speak with Minnesota offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski, New Orleans tight ends coach Dan Campbell, New England linebackers coach Brian Flores and two Indianapolis assistants in offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, according to multiple reports.Former Packers coach Mike McCarthy is also expected to draw interest from the Browns. He and Dorsey worked together for seven years in Green Bay."I have a lot of respect for Mike McCarthy and for what he's done," Dorsey said.Miami's firing of Adam Gase after three seasons could push him onto Dorsey's radar. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has pursued Gase in the past as well as Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.Dorsey has his list — and a checklist."A guy who can instill leadership into these young men," he said. "A guy who is a collaborative thinker. A guy who is a continuous learner. A guy who is consistent on a day-in and day-out basis and who those players can look up to and go, ‘You know what? I will follow that guy anywhere.'"Dorsey promised to provide updates once interviews are completed.Williams is up first. He'll meet Tuesday with Dorsey, who is impressed with the job the 60-year-old did in leading the Browns to a 5-3 record after replacing Hue Jackson in late October. The club's fiery defensive coordinator the past two seasons, Williams demanded accountability while keeping the Browns focused and fighting."He's kind of got these guys believing," Dorsey said. "He's brought them in together as one. He's got them playing hard, that's all you can ask for."During his interviews, Dorsey said he wants to know how Williams — and others — see the Browns long-term."I want to see his overarching vision and plan for this organization moving forward," he said. "I want to hear his thoughts on the team moving forward, but I also want to be able to explore multiple options out there in the National Football League and just see who fits."Beyond his accomplishments over the past two months, Williams has head coaching experience — and some baggage. He was Buffalo's coach from 2001-03, but he may be best remembered for his involvement in the New Orleans' "Bountygate" scandal. The NFL suspended Williams for the 2012 season.Dorsey wants a "man of character" to be Cleveland's next coach , and feels Williams has served any warranted punishment for previous sins."I think he's paid his penalty for that," Dorsey said.Kitchens emerged as an improbable head coaching candidate after being promoted from running backs coach to coordinator when Todd Haley was fired the same day as Jackson.The affable Kitchens built a strong rapport with Mayfield, who set the NFL rookie record with 27 touchdown passes — 19 in the last eight games — and had Cleveland's offense playing at a high level.Even if he doesn't get the head-coaching gig, Kitchens, 44, could remain as coordinator."He's very relatable," said guard Joel Bitonio. "We talk about Baker being a guy that everybody in the locker room relates to. Freddie's kind of that guy, too. He's been around the block even though he's not too old and he's a fun personality to be around. I think if he was put in that position (as head coach) the players would rally around him."The Browns could simply leave things as they are and bring back Williams and Kitchens in the same roles. However, center JC Tretter believes Dorsey and his staff won't be swayed by the team's second-half surge."You have to kind of step back, and I think that's what the guys upstairs are going to do," Tretter said. "They're going to look for the best thing for the next five, 10 years."NOTES: DT Larry Ogunjobi revealed he played the final few games with a torn left biceps. He's not expected to need surgery. … Mayfield was not available for comment. However, he did leave a signed jersey on the chair of left tackle Greg Robinson, who started the last eight games and revived his career in Cleveland.
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