BEREA, Ohio -- As the story goes, the Cleveland Browns are having a training camp quarterback competition.
If it's really going to be a competition, the time is now for Johnny Manziel to make it that.
To make up ground. To keep making progress.
It's really not fair for every throw and every rep of camp to be judged from the sideline by those who don't know the play calls, the reads or the situations, but that's the environment that's been created. Camp is a week old now, and for most of that week veteran Brian Hoyer has played and carried himself like a veteran.
To this untrained eye, this competition really hasn't been much of one for much of that week. Hoyer's been well ahead.
He had his best day Friday, but Manziel has struggled -- and it's shown in his body language. The Browns have said no one's ahead and that there's a long way to go. It would be too strong to say Manziel sounded defeated when he talked to the media Thursday, but he was Johnny Humbled much more than he was Joh...