Josh Gordon has seen his share of quarterbacks in Cleveland.
The newest of all, Baker Mayfield, is still getting used to Gordon's view.
"I've never seen anyone like him, bar none," the rookie quarterback told reporters on Tuesday, according to The Plain Dealer. "He is definitely gifted."
Mayfield has worked for veterans Tyrod Taylor and Drew Stanton during the team's organized activities, but the first global team will increasingly see veteran Cleveland pbaders-up Gordon and Jarvis Landry. during the mandatory minicamp next week.
"Pretty impressive," Mayfield said Tuesday. "Those guys are Pro Bowlers and great players for a reason, incredible leaders and the way they behave themselves, it's fun to be around, it's fun to watch and then you can throw it in. It makes it fun."
It's not surprising that Gordon stood out. It is a mbadively constructed specimen, 6 feet 3, 225 pounds with a trajectory of dominant cover men, when in the field.
Last season, Gordon saw his first regular-season action since 2014, dragging in 18 catches for 335 yards and a touchdown. His long-awaited return from a series of suspensions and rehab periods was not enough to help the Browns avoid 0-16, but a low season should help.
Cleveland, on paper, has a long list of players, but it comes down to consistency in the quarterback position, a quality missing by the shores of Lake Erie for eons.
The hope is that Taylor and Mayfield, in whatever form, turn on Gordon's switch and an offense that has been asleep at the wheel for too long.