Quarterback Johnny Manziel's day at Browns camp

The Associated Press
Quarterback Johnny Manziel's day at Browns camp
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) fires a pass as head coach Mike Pettine, left, and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, right, watch, during team drills at the NFL football team's training camp in Berea, Ohio, Sunday, July 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- A look at Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel's day at training camp.

JOHNNY'S STRUGGLES: Manziel continues to search for some level of consistency at training camp. He was not on target with many of his throws, struggling in 11-on-11 drills. Manziel was picked off multiple times, including a pass that sailed above wide receiver Anthony Armstrong's head and was intercepted by Jordan Poyer.

THE RACE TO START: Manziel is in a competition with Brian Hoyer for the starting quarterback job, but neither looked particularly sharp Tuesday. While Hoyer seems to have a better grasp of the offense overall, Manziel missed an opportunity to close the gap between the two.

AGGIE FAITHFUL?: Who knew Texas A&M had such a large fan base in Northeast Ohio? A look down the sideline at Browns camp found not only plenty of Manziel jerseys, but also a wide variety of Aggie shirts and hats. Texas A&M is, of course, Manziel's alma mater.

TALKING JOHNNY: Browns coach Mike Pettine wasn't ready to voice any concern about the interceptions being thrown by his quarterbacks.

''I don't react to that because I want to know the why,'' Pettine said. ''Was it the DB just made a heck of a play or was it a misread by the quarterback? Was it a bad throw, was it a missed route by a receiver? I don't want to react to much as far as the actual content of the plays until I get a chance to study it on tape.''


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