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By Bob Condotta | Seattle Times

PALM BEACH, Fla. — As long as Baker Mayfield’s situation remains unresolved, the Seattle Seahawks will be rumored as a possible next destination.

But Mayfield’s future might be unclear for a while.

Speaking at the AFC coaches media availability session Monday morning, Browns coach Kevin Stefanski gave no real timeline for when the team will make a decision on Mayfield and whether he will be traded, cut or even possibly kept on the roster.

“I think we’ll see,” Stefanski said. “I think everybody understands the situation. We’re hoping that there’s closure to it at some point.”

But what point that is Stefanski said he didn’t know.

“It’s a unique situation,” Stefanski said. “We’ve got to see how it plays out. I think all of us would love an answer yesterday, but that’s not the reality of it.”

Mayfield, the No. 1 pick in the 2018 draft and Cleveland’s starter the past four years, asked for a trade even before the Browns acquired Deshaun Watson from Houston. The Browns also have since signed Jacoby Brissett as a backup and possible hedge against Watson being suspended by the NFL as it conducts an investigation into allegations of sexual assault.

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