Quarterback Competition Begins In Berea And Other Notes From Day 1 Of Training Camp

CBS Cleveland

BEREA (92.3 The Fan) – Neither Brian Hoyer nor Johnny Manziel distinguished himself on the opening day of training camp Saturday, but that’s to be expected.

The day for the 2 ca be summed up succinctly: Hoyer’s throws were crisp and Manziel was mobile.

Head coach Mike Pettine seemed pleased with what he initially saw from both – subject to review on tape.

“I thought they both did some real good things that highlighted what they do well and they both made some mistakes,” Pettine said. “Some of it’s not necessarily their faults, [like] a receiver going the wrong way. I thought it was a solid start for both of them.”

Hoyer participated fully in 11 on 11 work and faced defensive pressure for the first time since tearing his right ACL last October. He handled the pressure like he seems to handle everything else, calmly and with ease.


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