Baker Mayfield was arrested in February 2017 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, after an altercation that took place near a line of food trucks. We mention this because the detail came up when Mayfield met with the Browns at the combine. In fact, these were the first words out of general manager's John Dorsey's mouth: "So you like food trucks?"'s Robert Klemko provides the behind-the-scenes look into Mayfield's week in Indianapolis. Dorsey's good-natured ribbing was about more than breaking the ice and almost certainly had everything to do with seeing how Mayfield would respond to a question he couldn't have seen coming, especially before introductions had been exchanged and seats had been taken. "With Dorsey's jab, everyone had a nice laugh at Mayfield's expense, Mayfield included," Klemko wrote, a fact that likely didn't go unnoticed by the Browns. Cleveland, as is almost always the case this time of year, are in the market for a franchise quarterback. And after passing on Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson in 2016 and 2017, there's no way they don't draft a quarterback this time around. The Browns have the first and fourth picks in the draft, which means there's no one between them and "their guy." All that's left is to identify who that guy is.