NFL Rookies Fail Spectacularly in Attempting to Draw Their Team's Logo

Rob Goldberg@TheRobGoldbergFeatured ColumnistMay 24, 2018

Cleveland Browns first round draft selection, Baker Mayfield, answers a question during a news conference at the Browns headquarters in Berea, Ohio, Friday, April 27, 2018. Mayfield was the first selection of the draft. (AP Photo/Phil Long)
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While the 2018 NFL draft class has a lot of talent on the field, these newbies don't exactly have the artistic ability to match.

The league's incoming rookies took a stab at drawing their new teams' logos, and it led to some hilarious results:

Most of the biggest names in the class took part in the exercise, including each first-round quarterback: Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh Rosen and Lamar Jackson.

Mayfield and Darnold succeeded with their relatively simple depictions of the Browns and Jets insignias, respectively, although Darnold didn't exactly display much fashion sense as he struggled to don his beret.

Some of the others were much more embarrassing, as Derrius Guice just drew a yellow circle for the Redskins logo. Saquon Barkley simply admitted, "I don't even know what my logo is."

Based on these attempts to draw animals, it's a wonder any of them even made it through kindergarten.

With so much pressure on these players, however, it was nice to see them let loose for a day.

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