Andrew Berry starts his day every morning with a CrossFit class at around 6 a.m. The regulars know who he is—the general manager of the first Browns team to win a playoff game in 26 years—and they do not care. “I don’t know how much it really matters in CrossFit when you’re all gasping for air,” he tells me.
“Nobody cares about Baker Mayfield’s extension there?” I asked him at a Browns training camp practice last month.
“Nobody cares about that when you’re doing heavy thrusters,” he said.
Most people around Cleveland, and in the NFL, do care about Berry.