Browns quarterback Mayfield offering clothing line to benefit Special Olympics


    <p>Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield runs off the field after the Browns defeated the New York Jets 21-17 in an NFL football game Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane){/p}

    Cleveland Browns quarterback and former Oklahoma University quarterback Baker Mayfield is partnering with Barstool Sports to raise money for Special Olympics in the Cleveland area.

    Through the partnership, Mayfield will sell a collection of t-shirts and sweatshirts featuring outlines of his signature five o'clock shadow, eye black and bandana, with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to Special Olympics.

    According to Special Olympics, Mayfield has show a commitment to those with special needs since his time at OU, where he worked with special needs groups on a regular basis.

    "It comes from my love and passion to try and inspire kids and inspire others, and then also the love for competing," Mayfield said during a press conference. "So, for me, there's no better cause than Special Olympics."

    Mayfield's clothing line to benefit the Special Olympics can be found here.

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