He had been fairly quiet as Cleveland battled for a playoff spot, but was a vocal supporter on Twitter during the playoff run. — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) December 27, 2020 But the Cleveland Browns might have just been screwed out of the playoffs. — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) January 8, 2021 @Jake_Trotter "I think they’re still the same Browns teams I play every year,” Smith-Schuster said. Jake Trotter – not pictured here – feels the Cleveland Browns are on the rise. Known Locations: Moore OK 73160, Edmond OK 73013, Oklahoma City OK 73120 Possible Relatives: Christina Marie Trotter, Jesse Eugene Trotter, Jesse E Trotter (Phil Ellsworth/ESPN Images) Jake Trotter @Jake_Trotter has covered the Oklahoma Sooners and the Big 12 Conference since he joined ESPN eight years ago.. Now he’s moving onto the NFL like so many of the elite college football players he has covered. ... — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) January 18, 2021 … Then his teammates began to tweet it. Myles Garrett pass rush win rate before COVID list: 27.6% (2nd in NFL) You just knew it. “We will be back.” Sunday in Kansas City, Cleveland’s magical run finally came to … We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) January 8, 2021 JuJu’s answer seemed superficially condescending, alluding to the fellow AFC North’s franchise’s long history of futility. BEREA, Ohio – Baker Mayfield said it. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) December 21, 2020 His pass-rush success rate has immensely dropped since his return as well. That will be a tough pill to swallow. He joined ESPN in 2011 to cover the Oklahoma Sooners. After eight years focused on the Big 12 Conference and college athletics, Trotter moved into his new role in 2019, covering pro football and one of the ascending franchises in the NFL. Jake Trotter, age 30, Moore, OK 73160 View Full Report. Jake Trotter is ESPN’s NFL Nation team reporter focused on the Cleveland Browns. BEREA, Ohio -- During the 2017 season in Minnesota, Kevin Stefanski often would kick his starter out of the quarterback meeting room. He’s not alone. You just knew Baker Mayfield would do it.