Jim Kanicki (Mike Burgermeister) joined me today to discuss all things Browns. We talked about the Browns decision to release D’Qwell Jackson, the shakeup of the front office, the free agencies of Alex Mack and T.J. Ward, Mike Pettine and lots about the combine. Is the combine meaningful? If so, how meaningful?
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about Johnny Manziel already. He’s spent time talking about the Browns in the past week. It’s no wonder that talented graphic artists continue to use their talents to put Johnny in Cleveland colors well ahead of the NFL Draft. Here’s another really good rendition of Johnny wearing the Orange and Brown. Assuming it happens in the draft, that’d be a pretty great poster for kids to put on their walls, huh?
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Like it or not, Johnny Manziel is news for Cleveland Browns fans until such time as he’s not officially an option for them in the upcoming NFL draft. So, as we move ever closer to that fateful weekend, I’m sure a lot of us will be watching various highlight compilations of many of the available quarterbacks. Texas A&M was so appreciative of Johnny Football’s time there, they went ahead and made one as a “Thank You!”
But wait, there’s more. Infographics too!
— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) January 8, 2014
Ohio State sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller finished 5th in the voting for this year’s Heisman Trophy. The star of Ohio State’s undefeated team received three first place votes.
Texas A&M redshirt freshman quartback Johnny Manzel won the award, collecting 456 first place votes. Manzel is the first “freshman” to win the award.