Not to mention, Mayfield uttered the word "I" more at the NFL Combine than Manning has in his entire career.
Even practice might not have prepared them for Friday.
Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma's controversial, Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback, isn't exactly taking a low-key approach at this National Football League scouting combine. He said his main priority at the combine is showing that he's ready "from Day 1 to be a franchise guy". If anybody's gonna turn that franchise around, it'd be me.
At the combine in Indianapolis, Mayfield continued making his argument for the Browns going with him over a number of other top quarterbacks.
Mayfield's teammates and coaches from Oklahoma swear by him. He's probably right. Mayfield completed better than 70% of his passes both in "16 and last season for the Sooners".
The combination has occasionally led the blurring of lines between excitable celebration and unsportsmanlike conduct.
Mayfield insists, though, he can change his actions. "I'm just going to continue to be myself, because it has gotten me to this point".
"Always been brutally honest".
But it's not just the on-the-field incidents that worry some. "He's very focused, and he's going to bring everyone together".
"I thought I did a good job at quarterback!" the 2016 Heisman Trophy victor said, practically laughing. The throwing motion will stay.
He also showed a lack of effort in the drills, according to reports. "And I want to be the best to ever play". I'm not trying to say those cover up any mistakes that I've made. I'm here at the combine to show my ability. When I got tackled by the cops in Arkansas, I tell them the true story.
While Jackson has the numbers to prove his value at quarterback, Barrett's numbers suggest something else.
"Is there a quarterback that's gone and been a wide receiver successfully?" The Wyoming quarterback's arm strength will wow scouts on Saturday.
One such teammate was on hand to attest to this as offensive lineman Scott Quessenberry called Rosen's reputation "B.S." and said the National Football League team that drafts him will get "a once in a millennium talent".
Whatever that was alongside Mayfield's neck was more like the Roman Coliseum.
"Height doesn't matter. You see guys like Tyrod Taylor, [Drew] Brees, Russell Wilson".
Or he might be forced to wait to hear his name later in the draft.
The former Oklahoma quarterback claims he is not "cocky". You can ask anybody on that Oklahoma staff.
"If anybody is going to turn that franchise around it would be me". When asked how is he improving on his accuracy and mechanics when it comes to his passing Rudolph said "I think it's something you work on daily as a Quarterback, whether its your off season or in season, your always striving to get that 1% every single day, and prove yourself no matter if its on the field and off the field". Washington thinks his aggressiveness stands out more than others. "It's still just feels unreal".
"If I got the opportunity to go and sit behind him for one or two or even three years and learn everything I could, grabbing him whenever I had a question, and hopefully he would answer it for me", Allen said. But I've quickly earned the respect of my teammates because of how I worked.