Baker Mayfield plans to play through dislocated shoulder
Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Baker Mayfield will be playing through pain for the rest of the season.

The Cleveland Browns quarterback suffered a left shoulder injury during his team’s 37-14 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. The injury occurred on a sack/fumble in the third quarter (seen here).

Case Keenum saw some brief backup action, but Mayfield later returned to the game.

The former No. 1 pick said after the ugly defeat that his shoulder was dislocated. He also said that he would be playing through the injury.

Mayfield is already dealing with a serious left shoulder injury. Adding the dislocation to the mix won’t help matters for the fourth-year player. It won’t help the Browns either, who are now 3-3.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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