WKNR's Aaron Goldhammer to Eat Literal Horse Shit in Honor of Baker Mayfield

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Draft Day has come and gone and the Cleveland Browns snagged Baker Mayfield with their first round draft pick. There were some who speculated they were going to go with Sam Darnold, and no one was more confident with that prediction than ESPN Cleveland radio host, Aaron Goldhammer. So confident, in fact, he claimed on air he would "eat horse poop" if the Browns went with Mayfield.

So when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell approached the podium last night to present the Cleveland Browns' first pick, Goldhammer's promise threw the twitterverse into a frenzy.


Given that there was absolutely no possible way the internet was going to EVER let him live this down, Aaron Goldhammer publicly announced that he is going to eat horse shit live on air. We're hoping there's a live stream video involved because listening to a shit eating event is far less exciting than watching Goldhammer do his best Divine impersonation.




Regardless of your feelings about Mayfield's selection, I think we can all agree Goldhammer having eat horse excrement is enough of a reason to unite us all.

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