Before Johnny Manziel, these NFL quarterbacks were known for their off-the-field antics
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After demoting QB Johnny Manziel because of off-field behavior, Browns coach Mike Pettine must decide whether to keep him on the active roster.
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Reunited and it feels so good
Gary Barnidge sure must be happy to see Josh McCown back in the lineup. The Browns tight end has put up 10-plus fantasy points (standard leagues) in every game the pair has played together this season. Berry: Love/Hate
Josh Gordon appears to have weighed in on the Johnny Manziel situation via Twitter early Saturday morning.
Experts picking McCown, Browns
Some will be disappointed not to see Johnny Manziel on Monday Night Football. But our NFL Nation bloggers think Josh McCown gives the Browns the edge over Matt Schaub and the Ravens. Week 12 predictions
Browns WR Andrew Hawkins suffered a concussion after a hit by the Steelers' Jarvis Jones, a shot Cleveland's Travis Benjamin calls 'unacceptable.'
Monday night football nearly a coin flip
ESPN's Football Power Index expects a close one on Monday night. Despite Joe Flacco's absence, the Ravens have a slight edge over the Browns in Cleveland, per FPI.
Browns OC: Manziel may return this season
QB Johnny Manziel was demoted to third-string QB this week, but offensive coordinator John DeFilippo said Manziel could still take the field this season: "You don't close doors on anything. You never say never in this profession. To say that Johnny Manziel will not play again this season, I'm not ready to say that."
Mike Pettine and John DeFilippo said that Johnny Manziel, who was recently demoted after lying about an off-field incident, could still play in 2015.
Mike Pettine's decision to take the starting quarterback job from Johnny Manziel came because of a series of off-field missteps.
Browns coach Mike Pettine said he's more focused on the Ravens than he is about demoting Johnny Manziel after an Internet video surfaced. "Not going there," Pettine said.
Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer
Mike Pettine declines to discuss the Johnny Manziel situation. The Browns coach said he has already addressed the situation about trust and accountability being the issues, and declined to comment any further.
Reports that Jonnny Manziel lied to the Browns' coaching staff and asked friends to lie for him suggest the organization can't trust him.
A tall wide receiver, dependable quarterback and a simple win are on that Black Friday list for the Browns.
Johnny Manziel's lies reveal deeper issues
Browns coaches had done all they could to help and support Manziel all year, writes ESPN's Pat McManamon. "To know that Johnny Manziel lied to the Cleveland Browns' coaching staff about the timing of his most recent party video takes issues with the quarterback to a whole new level." Story
Source: Johnny Manziel lied about video
The Browns QB, who was demoted to third string this week after a video surfaced of him partying in a club in Austin, Texas, lied to the team about the timing of the video, a source told ESPN's Pat McManamon. As first reported by Fox Sports, Manziel told the team the video was old, and encouraged his friends to lie to the Browns, as well. Story
Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was demoted Tuesday after lying to the team about a social media video of him partying, according to an ESPN source and Fox Sports report.
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|1(19)||Cameron Erving||C||Florida State|
|3(13)||Duke Johnson||RB||Miami (FL)|
|3(32)||Xavier Cooper||DT||Washington State|
|4(24)||Vince Mayle||WR||Washington State|
|6(19)||Malcolm Johnson||TE||Mississippi State|
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