New Browns QB Jameis Winston Goes Viral for Fishy Interview

New Cleveland Browns quarterback Jameis Winston might have a career in broadcasting awaiting him after he’s done in the NFL.

Browns' Jameis Winston conducted the best and most bizarre interview you'll  ever see on the Internet | Marca

Winston went viral over the weekend for a video that showed him on a boat interviewing a fish.

“If you’re wondering—I asked the question too—why do fish flap when they’re outside of the water? They’re just trying to swim away,” Winston said before turning the mic to the fish. “How does it work swimming in the air? They don’t really have a response. Sometimes, no response is the best response.”

Winston might have an issue with reporting accuracy. While talking about a fish he caught, he called it an amphibian and also got its name wrong. Still, Winston is pure comedy on the microphone and should keep being himself.

The Browns signed Winston this offseason to backup Deshaun Watson. The former No. 1 overall pick has passed for 22,104 yards, 141 touchdowns and 99 interceptions in his career. He has a 34-46 record as a starter and made the Pro Bowl in 2015 as a rookie.

Cleveland opted for Winston over Joe Flacco, who had a 4-1 record with the Browns during the final stretch of the regular season. The 39-year-old Flacco landed with the Indianapolis Colts.

Browns Pleased With Jameis Winston’s Contributions

The Browns reported for voluntary offseason workouts on April 15. Winston has made his impact felt, which head coach Kevin Stefanski is pleased with.

“I think when you spend time with Jameis, you definitely get a sense for the type of energy he brings,” Stefanski said on Tuesday, April 16. “A very positive energy, whether it’s in the building, in the weight room, in the hallway, in the meeting rooms. He’s somebody that is constantly wanting to get to the bottom of what we’re doing from a playbook standpoint. And in the weight room, he’s here early, he stays late. Really impressed with what Jameis is going to bring to this football team.”

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