Baker Mayfield has yet to return to Cleveland since the Browns traded for Odell Beckham Jr.

But like many fans, he's already fantasizing about what his team's new offense will look like.

On Friday, Mayfield made a surprise visit to the Milwaukee Brewers' Spring Training facility in Phoenix, Ariz. Only the topic of conversation wasn't his bromance with reigning National League MVP Christian Yelich, but rather what it will be like teaming up with one of the best receivers in football.

"It's gonna be exciting," Mayfield told reporters in the Brewers' clubhouse. "We've got two LSU Tigers we're throwing to (Beckham and Jarvis Landry) and obviously we have a lot more talent too. So it's going to be a thing where you pick your poison."

In trading for Beckham, Cleveland acquired not only a 3-time Pro Bowl receiver, but also one of the charismatic athletes in all of sports. Mayfield -- who is no stranger to personality, himself -- however doesn't think Beckham will have any issue fitting into the Browns' locker room that already includes himself and the eccentric Landry.

"You could say the same thing about me. You don't want to tame it," Mayfield said. "You just let them be themselves and make plays. That's who they are. When it comes down to it, the guys in that locker room, you're going to love playing with them.

"I know from Saquon [Barkley] and Sterling Shephard, who I'm very close with, I know exactly who OBJ is inside the locker room and who he is to his teammates. That's the most important thing. People can have their attitudes and perspective on it, but he's himself and he also has his teammates' backs."

On Wednesday, the Browns completed the trade in which they acquired Beckham from the New York Giants in exchange for a 2019 first and third-round picks, as well as safety Jabrill Peppers.

Moments after the trade was first reported, Mayfield took to Instagram to welcome his new teammate, who he worked out with alongside Landry last offseason.

The No. 12 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Beckham spent the first five seasons of his career in New York, where he amassed 390 receptions, 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns. Adding one of the most talented wide receivers in football to what was already one of the NFL's most exciting young offenses, the Browns have only seen their expectations increase coming off of last season's 7-8-1 record.

"An exciting time in Cleveland," Mayfield said. "The fans there, after having a decent year -- nothing we were really too happy about -- were unbelievably satisfied. But now, I can't even imagine."