Max Kellerman would be surprised if Sam Darnold started over Baker Mayfield in Week 1 | KJM

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Max Kellerman would be surprised if Sam Darnold started over Baker Mayfield in Week 1 | KJM

Carolina Panthers reporter David Newton joins Max Kellerman and Harry Douglas on KJM to discuss Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold.

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