Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield unleashed his latest flurry of verbal haymakers on Fox Sports radio and TV host Colin Cowherd in an interview with Complex.com.

"There’s people like that who are really abusing their position, abusing a platform to a point where people are going to listen to it," Mayfield said in the interview that published Tuesday. "He’s supposed to bring out facts and he chooses to put out irrational opinions. People can say what they want — they can say I’m not really supposed to comment on this — but a liar is a liar and a guy that is really just full of it needs to be put in his place.

"I’ll be the first one to tell you I’m not always right. I know my flaws and I’d love for people to correct me so I get better. He’s a guy who thinks he’s always right. He throws people['s] names under the bus. He can say what he wants about me, but as soon as he starts talking about my teammates, that’s when I have a problem."

Mayfield's ongoing feud with Cowherd has escalated in recent weeks since the media personality criticized new Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. for is lack of participation in voluntary organized team activity practices. Through Tuesday, Beckham had taken part in one of seven OTAs.

Last week, Mayfield revealed on Instagram he’s selling two anti-Cowherd T-shirts on his website, BakerMayfield.com. One of the shirts reads “Fact vs. Fiction” and “Cleveland vs. Cowherd.” The other reads “The Land vs. The Herd” on the front and “Fact over Fiction” on the back. They’re on sale for $30 apiece.

Roster move

The Browns waived undrafted rookie offensive lineman Trevon Tate.

A University of Memphis product, Tate played tackle in college, primarily on the left side, but the Browns had been using him as a center. Dane Brugler, draft analyst for the Athletic, projected Tate to become a fifth-round pick before he went undrafted.

Holding pattern

Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy's free-agent visit with the Baltimore Ravens reportedly extended into Tuesday night.

The Browns hosted the six-time Pro Bowl selection at their headquarters Friday, then continued discussions with his camp in hopes of signing him despite his meeting with the defending AFC North champion Ravens.

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