Brown quarterback Mayfield will undergo shoulder surgery

US time on Tuesday, ESPN reporters reported that Brown quarterback Baker Mayfield (Baker Mayfield) will not play next week’s game against the Tigers. He will undergo surgery as soon as possible to repair the sprained lip joint of his left shoulder.

Brown coach Kevin Stefanski (Kevin Stefanski) said that the operation will be performed as soon as this week. Mayfield still has the opportunity to participate in the off-season training program.

Mayfield has been suffering from a shoulder injury since the second week and admitted that he was in poor condition after losing to the Steelers. He was sacked and killed a total of 9 times in the game.

Brown, with a current record of 7-9, has determined that he missed the playoffs, while the Tigers have locked in the top spot in the North Division of the American League. Stefansky also admitted that a shoulder injury affected Mayfield’s performance, but did not regret his decision to play with the injury.

“In this process, we have been trying to make the right decision based on the existing information.” Stefansky said, “We have been communicating with medical staff, communicating with Baker, but also based on these beliefs that he can play.”

Brown previously implemented Mayfield’s fifth-year contract option, and his contract will expire after the end of the 2022 season.

Mustang renews contract with wide receiver Kirtland Sutton

After the bye week, the Mustang and a key member of the offensive team completed the contract renewal.

US time on Monday, according to ESPN reporters, the Mustang and wide receiver Courtland Sutton (Courtland Sutton) renewed their contract for four years, with a salary of $60.8 million.

Sutton was originally going to be a free agent after the end of the season. Now his new contract includes a security deposit of 34.9 million U.S. dollars, and 18 million U.S. dollars will be paid in the first year of the new contract.

The 26-year-old Sutton played only two games last season and was later reimbursed for a torn ACL in his knee. He returned strongly this season, and currently ranks first in the team in the number of passes (43) and the number of push yards (617). This is not the only wide receiver that the Mustangs have recently renewed. In the past weekend, they renewed their contract with Tim Patrick for three years.

Since March this year, the Mustangs have renewed contracts with safety guard Justin Simmons, defensive end Shelby Harris, Patrick, Sutton and others.