Sports Mayfield walks out of presser over 'dumbest question you could ask'

21:15  30 october  2019
21:15  30 october  2019 Source:   thescore.com

This way to ‘Wexit’: Navigating Alberta’s theoretical secession

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With his Cleveland Browns sitting at 2-5, Baker Mayfield let his frustrations boil over on Wednesday.

During his weekly press conference, the quarterback became irritated by a reporter's questions about a first-half drive from Cleveland's Week 8 loss to the New England Patriots.

"No, we didn't score points. That's the dumbest question you could ask," Mayfield replied when asked about the possession.

Conservative senators plan to press again for details of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's settlement

  Conservative senators plan to press again for details of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's settlement Conservative senators will push for a closer look at the financial settlement given to Vice-Admiral Mark Norman when they return to Parliament later this fall, said Quebec Sen. Jean-Guy Dagenais.The Conservative senator from Quebec was at the forefront last spring of an attempt to get the Upper Chamber to investigate the failed prosecution of the military's former second-in-command.

Shortly after the incident, Mayfield gave his side of the incident on Twitter.

After tossing 27 touchdowns and 14 interceptions during his rookie campaign, Mayfield has thrown just six scores and 12 picks in 2019.

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High stakes: Steelers, Browns renew rivalry, plenty on line .
CLEVELAND — Separated by roughly 130 miles and six Super Bowl titles, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns have a hostile, historic rivalry resuscitated from being heavily one-sided to much more competitive the past few years. The hatred has never waned. “It’s a big game. It’s Browns vs. Steelers,” said Cleveland running back and native Kareem Hunt, who is about to get his first on-field taste of the long-running football feud. “I’ve been watching this my whole life.

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