Browns QB Baker Mayfield Convinced He Saw UFO In Texas, 'Very Bright Ball of Light'
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Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield believes he may have seen a spacecraft in Austin, Texas on Wednesday when leaving a restaurant...
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25-year-old Mayfield says he was leaving a restaurant in his hometown when he and wife Emily Mayfield witnessed some visitors from another galaxy zoom across the night sky.

"Almost 100%, Em and I just saw a UFO drop straight out of the sky on our way home from dinner," Mayfield says.

"We stopped and looked at each other and asked if either of us saw it."

So, what did it look like?

"Very bright ball of light going straight down out of the sky towards Lake Travis. Anybody else witness this?"
Former NFL star turned analyst, Nate Burleson, also witnessed a UFO in real life and promised to share his story later today...
Stay tuned.
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That’s my quarterback
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And thats the thing with aliens is that we just dont know. Occasionally you meet a nice one. ET, Starman. But most of the time they just end up being a big lizard.
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Now THAT is a great quote! Ghostbusters 2, Classic!
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I dont care about em but if you don't believe in em youre a fool. Dunno if any have ever visited us tho.
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He must have ordered the mushrooms.
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Maybe it was the security light, in the parking lot, behind the Cheesecake Factory.
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I want to believe
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The eyes of Texas are upon U F Os
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Johnny is back on drugs again
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The Stars at night are big and bright...Deep in the Heart of Texas!!!...sry lol
Reply1 month
so a meteor ... got it.
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It's really cool how people on the internet knew what he saw without looking at it....
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Kids just say no to Drugs
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