Top five plays of the second half of the Cleveland Browns season

Every NFL season there are some great plays that just amaze fans and viewers. The 2014 Cleveland Browns were no exception as they delivered some spectacular plays themselves en route to their first seven-plus win season since 2007. Here are the best plays from the second half of the Browns season that had us jumping out of our seats. AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: Based on chances...
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Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel Signs First Endorsement Since Rehab

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is not nearly as popular as he once was making him not exactly the first person that comes to mind when looking for a spokesperson. He is still a popular guy and is talked about a lot, but much of the talk is negative about him. He is working on changing the public perception of him and it appears that one company is banking on him doing...
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Jim Brown: I ‘encourage and support’ Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel may have lost the faith of a number of Cleveland Browns fans after the way he performed both on and off the field last season, but arguably the greatest player in franchise history still supports him. Jim Brown, who has never been shy about criticizing his former team’s players, told USA Today’s Jarrett...Read More
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Jim Brown says Johnny Manziel will either be boom or bust

Legendary Browns running back Jim Brown sees plenty of potential in second-year quarterback Johnny Manziel, but it's not all the good kind.Brown doesn't see any in between when evaluating how Manziel's career will pan out. "I believe he's going to be a star or he's going to be a bust," Brown told USA TODAY Sports. "I like Johnny. He creates action. But there's no middle ground on...
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Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator has interesting thoughts on Johnny Manziel

Much of the publicity surrounding Johnny Manziel throughout his young career has focused on the negatives. His off-the-field decisions and recent stint in a rehabilitation facility have only added fuel to the fire. But not everyone is writing off the 22-year-old quarterback just yet. Paul Guenther, defensive coordinator for the Bengals, offered words of support for Manziel. “Honestly...
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Tuesday web roundup: Cleveland Browns

Will Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel's size hinder his development NFL Media's Nate Burleson and Eric Davis debate the potential of Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel finding success in the 2015 season ... Jim Brown 'encouraged' by Manziel's message but figures it's boom or bust "I believe he's going to be a star or he's going to be a bust," Brown told...
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Bengals DC says Johnny Manziel can be like Drew Brees with more time

The way the Bengals treated Johnny Manziel in his NFL debut last season, one wouldn't expect career advice to come from Cincinnati. Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther, whose defense locked down Manziel to the tune of three sacks, two interceptions and 80 passing yards in a 30-0 shutout in Cleveland, says Manziel should pattern his play after Saints quarterback Drew Brees...
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Kevin Love opts out, Corey Kluber just can’t win, Terrelle Pryor and Johnny Manziel – WFNY Podcast – 2015-06-27

Note: Apologies for the buzzing sound on my mic. To download the podcast directly, here’s a link to the MP3 file Andrew was available to chat today and I have been itching to crack a mic on all the things that we seem to be talking about, that in my estimation aren’t worth talking about. Here they are… Corey Kluber K’s ten and still can’t win. The Indians did everything...
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Bengals DC on Johnny Manziel: “I Think He Needs More Time”

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was under center during an embarrassing 30-0 home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals towards the latter part of his rookie campaign last season. Over the course of that disastrous game, Manziel managed only 80 passing yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. This terrible performance certainly wasn’t the way the rookie wanted his...
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Fantasy Football Video Breakdown: Cleveland Browns

Last season, Mike Pettine was able to lead Cleveland out of a double digit loss streak that extended from 2007, but still failed to reach the playoffs for the 12th round. Let’s look at their potential fantasy impact starting at the quarterback position Former first round pick Johnny Manziel will be pitted against journeyman Josh McCown for the starting role. McCown appears to have...
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Josh McCown is not a mannequin

This just in: Josh McCown is not a mannequin. He is an actual human, American football player. It’s true! If you get an opportunity to attend a Cleveland Browns practice, you can see him moving about or throwing the football. He’s a big dude, 6-foot-4, 218 pounds. There are only a handful of Browns players 6-4 or taller, but most of those guys are a lot wider, so it’s pretty...
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Philadelphia Eagles: Miles Austin contributing as a mentor

Austin making a grab last season as a Cleveland Brown Veteran wide receiver Miles Austin hasn’t truly been relevant since he donned the illustrious star representing the Dallas Cowboys. Last season as a Cleveland Brown he reeled in 47 receptions for 568 yards and 2 touchdowns. It wasn’t as bad as his final season in Dallas during 2013 where he only played in 11 games but...
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Three Cleveland Browns veterans who might not make the roster

With training camp around the corner and an influx of young talent from the college ranks, there are always some veterans who end up not returning to the team. Here are three guys that might end up not returning to Cleveland in 2015: 1. Thaddeus Lewis: As much is not settled among the quarterback position, I don’t think there will be a place for Lewis on the opening day roster...
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Browns DC O’Neil: “No one is guaranteed anything” on defense

With the Cleveland Cavaliers’ season over and the Indians still scuffling, it may be high time to turn an eye towards football season. The Browns had a relatively quiet NFL Draft, selecting linemen Danny Shelton and Cameron Erving rather than a high-profile star like one of the previous year’s first-rounders, Johnny Manziel. While the offense may struggle — Josh McCown is...
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Cleveland Browns: Will we see good or bad Josh McCown?

Josh McCown The Cleveland Browns had to address the quarterback position this offseason after going through a regressing Brian Hoyer late in the season and dealing with Johnny Manziel’s antics last year. Due to uncertainty with Manziel, General Manager Ray Farmer went out and signed 35-year-old veteran quarterback Josh McCown to a three year contract. Josh McCown will most likely...
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20 NFL minicamp observations

The 2015 NFL minicamps are all in the books. The next time we will see teams practicing together will be when training camps kick off in July. Here is a recap of some of the observations what happened during these camps. Atlanta Falcons Receiver Julio Jones Won’t Be Holding out Unlike other big-name players who are holding out due to contract issues, Jones has no such intent...
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Browns Won’t Ask Johnny Manziel to Stay in Cleveland Prior to Training Camp

The Cleveland Browns wrapped up their minicamp this week. There is now six weeks of free time until the team’s training camp begins. Brows Mike Pettine it now indicating that he won’t ask second-year quarterback Johnny Manziel to stay in Cleveland during that six-week period (via “I’m not going to micromanage our guys.” This break is well deserved and...
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Johnny Manziel to retire the money sign

It’s the end of an era. In his first public comments since a 10-week rehab stint in Pennsylvania, Cleveland Browns quarterback extraordinaire Johnny Manziel announced on Wednesday that he is retiring his trademark money celebration. Addressing the media at the Browns’ training facility in Berea, Ohio, the 22-year-old officially declared the demise of the infamous...Read More
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QB Johnny Manziel's 'money sign will not be back'

Cleveland Browns 2nd-year quarterback Johnny Manziel is sounding pretty optimistic he'll even be on the field in 2015, let alone given the opportunity to flash his trademark money sign . As for the latter, Manziel says he's retiring the gesture made famous during his days in college - where ironically, players don't see an money at all (unless it's on the sneak). "The money...
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Johnny Manziel says 'Johnny Football' overtook him

BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Johnny Football became more than Johnny Manziel could handle. "It just overtook who I was as a person," the Browns quarterback said Wednesday. Speaking to the media for the first time since spending 10 weeks in a rehab facility, the polarizing Manziel said he's hoping to move past a regrettable chapter in his life. While he didn't divulge the reasons for his stay...
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Video: Johnny Manziel says “Johnny Football probably took over me”

Johnny Manziel is no stranger to saying the right things. It’s always the “doing” part that’s tripped up the second-year quarterback from Texas A&M. The only time I can think of where Johnny backed up his words with action was when he spent the off-season in rehab after calling himself out in front of the media at the end of last season. And while I think many Browns...
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Johnny Manziel leaving the past behind him, drops the money sign

The infamous money sign celebration from Johnny Manziel is a sight that won’t be seen in 2015, or ever. At least that is what he told the media today when taking to the podium to answer questions. That’s not all he had to say, check out much more of what he had to say with these tweets: #browns manziel: "thank you for being respectful…" Thanks the org…says he doesn't want...
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Five Celebrations Johnny Manziel Could Try Instead of the 'Money Sign'

Johnny Manziel is turning over a new leaf, and on that leaf there will be no more "money sign."  The Browns quarterback has gone...
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Johnny Manziel: ‘The Money Sign Will Not Be Back'; I Was A Distraction

It looks as though 2015 will be all about Johnny Football and less about Money Manziel. Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel announced Wednesday that his signature money sign celebration, which he brought to the NFL from Texas A&M, is going into early retirement. “The money sign will not be back,” Manziel told reporters, per ...
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Manziel announces he’s retiring the infamous money sign

Johnny Manziel on Wednesday announced he will be formally retiring an infamous aspect of his brash Johnny Football persona beloved by many and perhaps despised by many more. The Cleveland Browns quarterback revealed that the money sign will be no more. “The money sign will not be back. I will not be making it,” Manziel...Read More The post Johnny Manziel announces he’s retiring...
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