Browns wide receiver Rashard Higgins joined Bull & Fox to talk about returning to the Browns for at least one more season.
"It was the fact that I feel like I'm not done," Higgins said. "I've started my career there, [and I] would definitely love to end my career there. I feel like I'm in the best position to do what I have to do with the Browns."
Higgins also touched on the redemption feeling the team has going into this upcoming season.
"I feel like now we have a coaching staff that has a plan in place to help us win," he added. "I'm not going to look back in the past, only the future."
The wide out also was asked about what kind of leader he thinks Baker Mayfield is, saying "He's everything we need him to be, plus more. When everything goes correctly, we look to Baker. When things go poorly, we look to Baker."
Higgins was also asked about the challenge in having little to no off season, and the positives with new head coach Kevin Stefanski and the new coaching staff.
"We've got a new group. [Stefanski] brought his staff in to help us win games. I just feel like moving forward, that's what we needed. We needed a great leader, a great coach, somebody that's going to push us to win. And here we are."
Listen to the full interview below.