Baker Mayfield's time in Cleveland came to a sudden and ugly end this offseason. Unsurprisingly, he isn't happy about how it all happened. 

Baker Mayfield says he feels "disrespected" by the Cleveland Browns after they traded for Deshaun Watson last month, effectively ending Mayfield's 

tenure after four seasons as the team's starting quarterback. "One hundred percent," Mayfield said on the "YNK" podcast released Wednesday. "I was told one thing and they completely did another."

The previously silent Mayfield spoke recently on the Ya Neva Know Podcast and didn't hide any of his displeasure regarding the Browns' decision to replace him with Deshaun Watson. 

I got my taste of it because I've had four different head coaches in four years, a bunch of different coordinators. 

Mayfield covered a range of topics on the podcast, including where he might play next. Though Mayfield remains on the Browns' roster,

the team is actively looking to trade him. Mayfield said the Seattle Seahawks, who traded away star quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos this offseason, 

were "probably the most likely option" for him. "Even then, no idea," said Mayfield, who is under contract for 2022 at $18.9 million -- fully guaranteed