Throughout last week's BSMR, we focused on the magazine world between wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry on the cover of Sports Illustrated as well as quarterback Baker Mayfield and his article in GQ.
This week, we're talking television as Mayfield took center stage alongside wrestling legend Steve Austin on Austin's USA Network show "Straight Up Steve Austin."
Throughout the course of the episode, the two spent time tossing around the pigskin, rolling around Cleveland in motorized comfy chairs, talking about life experiences and wrapping up the day with a game of WWE2k20 at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Here were some of the highlights:
Not only did Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens make an appearance on the show, he mentioned this week that he had a patented move to show Austin should the two ever meet in the ring.
While Mayfield held the limelight for screen time this week, Beckham will be coming to a tv near you, too. He announced he will be featured in an episode of HBO's "Ballers" this season.
UFC Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic held a victory party this week to celebrate bringing the title belt back to Cleveland, and a few Browns players were in attendance.
Last season, the Bud Light "Victory Fridges" were at the forefront of discussion following the team's win over the New York Jets last September.
Well, regular season football isn't the only thing that's back next week...
Putting a wrap on the roundup, there's only one image needed to get yourself ready for tomorrow night's preseason finale against Detroit.
Lombardi trophy. Stanley Cup. Eat your hearts out.
As always, if you've missed anything else from this past week, be sure to catch up with behind the scenes action from Berea and beyond in this week's episode of Building the Browns, highlighting the win in Indianapolis against the Colts and continued prep work to get ready for the season ahead.