Baker Mayfield and Cleveland Browns do love being on the fields a lot! He is back in the field with his teammates. But this time around he did not go on the field to play and showcase his skills. Instead, he went for a completely different task.
He helped to unveil the new special Olympic uniforms. Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns came up with the mates Brandin Bryant, Willie Wright, and Garrett Gilbert on Tuesday at the team facility in Berea to unveil the new Special Olympics Ohio Unified Sports uniforms that will be used in the next Olympics and further from now onwards.
Cleveland Browns are too much invested in sports, it seems. This is because he had earlier announced about the unified sports league that would take place amongst the northeast Ohio high school students.
A total of seven high schools would be participating in the unified sports league, that is namely, Max Hayes, Lincoln West, John Marshall, Lorain, Avon, Rocky River, and Avon Lake.
The coaches and athletes from the respective schools unveiled their uniforms for the special league that was to take place. The unveiling took place at Berea on Tuesday.
Baker Mayfield also transformed into the host or the emcee for the event of unveiling uniforms at the Cleveland Brown’s Special Olympics Ohio Unified Sports.
The high school teams were introduced by Baker Mayfield after which they walked up to display their uniforms which were painted in their school colors not to forget the orange and brown stripes of Cleveland Brown.
Later on, after the event was winded up, Baker Mayfield expressed his satisfaction over working hard for the Special Olympics. He said that he liked working for the cause and he enjoyed the whole high school kids playing scenario thoroughly.
Unified sports bring special Olympics candidates and usual partners and team them up before training.