BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Can Johnny Manziel answer the Browns' prayers at quarterback?
The most polarizing player to enter the NFL draft in years, the dynamic Texas A&M quarterback has been linked to Cleveland. The Browns own the No. 4 overall pick next week and have been seeking a franchise QB for more than a decade. Manziel's name has been floating around coach Mike Pettine's first voluntary minicamp this week.
Manziel's ability to succeed at the pro level has been debated for months, and there are questions about his character off the field.
The Browns have spent significant time with Manziel, and general manager Ray Farmer says he has "no reservations with who Johnny is. He's a good young man."
Cleveland linebacker Quentin Groves believes the team is mature enough to handle all that comes along with Johnny Football.
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