Baker Mayfield and his wife Emily took a break from Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp this weekend to party hard at a concert.
This has been a crazy summer for the Mayfield family.
After something of a disappointing run last season with both the Carolina Panthers and Los Angeles Rams, Baker got a new lease on life when Tom Brady retired. That opened up a starting quarterback spot on the Bucs, and the front office ultimately inked him to a one-year deal that could see him get paid as much as $8.5 million.
Hopes are high for Baker in Tampa Bay, but thus far early results from training camp have been mixed. According to Greg Auman of Fox Sports, he has thrown seven interceptions over the course of nine practices.
That’s the bad.
The good, however, is that Baker only has to beat out Kyle Trask for the starting spot. That’s not too tall of an order. If he can’t do that, he really shouldn’t be starting in the NFL anymore anyway.
This weekend Baker and his wife Emily decided to take a break from football and take in a concert. Their wild party photos caused an immediate stir.
This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Baker and Emily have blown up online. Between the pair’s intimate videos, their wild boat party photos and Emily’s provocative workout pictures, they have had quite the NFL offseason.
And it’s pretty telling that in a week that has seen a Denver Broncos cheerleader’s boat party photos cause a stir and Kay Adams get handsy with an NFL quarterback, Baker and Emily were able to steal the football headlines in this sort of fashion.
Olivia Dunne and her sister did NYC right. https://t.co/pIZ8LaiCut
— Game 7 (@game7__) August 5, 2023
Fun times aside, this is shaping up to be the most crucial year of Baker’s career. It’s make or break time.
Either he emerges as Tampa Bay’s clear starter in 2023-24, or he likely will never get a similar opportunity again.
Will Baker be able to lead the Buccaneers to any sort of success this year? Time will tell, but either way, Emily will be there cheering him on no matter what.