Browns QB Brian Hoyer said Saturday that he's not concerned by what Johnny Manziel is doing off the field. "I'm not really focused on my teammates, what they do in their off life. They can make those decisions on their own. What matters is that we come back ready to go for the season," Hoyer told reporters.
It's clear from his comments that Brian Hoyer wants nothing to do with the media circus surrounding Johnny Manziel's transition to the NFL's Cleveland Browns. Instead, Hoyer is focused on winnning the starting job. The Hoyer-Manziel competition promises to be one of the most closely-followed preseason stories, as the two quarterbacks battle for the starting role in Cleveland. Manziel's certainly the more exciting prospect from a fantasy perspective, but for now, Hoyer holds the top spot on the depth chart. The Browns report to training camp on July 26.