At this point, it’s hard to imagine anyone other than Tyrod Taylor starting under center come September. Hue Jackson hasn’t wavered in calling Taylor the Browns starter since they traded for him in March. That said, the presence of Baker Mayfield makes things interesting. Anytime a team drafts a quarterback there is a natural curiosity to see him play. Cleveland obviously wants to avoid letting that curiosity get the best of them and keep Mayfield marinating behind a veteran this season. But what if he happens to light it up at training camp? What if he outperforms Taylor during the preseason? It’s not so far-fetched as it may seem and if he pulls it off, it may be difficult for the Browns brass to ignore.