Baker Mayfield entered the 2019 NFL season as one of the league's most famous quarterbacks, as evidenced by the magazine covers and national television commercials that featured him.

But following the Cleveland Browns' disappointing 6-10 campaign and Mayfield's own statistical regression, the second-year signal-caller wasn't even acknowledged by the cameras at UFC 246 as they showcased the celebrities in the crowd.

What's more is that the cameras caught Mayfield, sitting alongside his wife, Emily, but the announcers opted not to call attention to him, opting instead to focus on his Browns teammate in Pro Bowl (and currently suspended) defensive end Myles Garrett.

UFC's snub of Mayfield didn't go unnoticed by social media, nor did the rather unique headwear he opted to wear to the vent. But while he was snubbed inside of T-Mobile Arena, where Conor McGregor knocked out Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in 40 seconds in the main event, TMZ cameras caught the former Heisman Trophy winner leaving the event and got his thoughts on the Browns' outlook moving forward.

"The goal is always the ultimate, highest, the Super Bowl," said Mayfield, who threw the second-most interceptions in the NFL last season. "There's no promises. Nothing is ever promised."

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