Just because Johnny Manziel is no longer on the Browns roster, that doesn’t mean the mild QB controversy in Cleveland is over. Not by any stretch.
Hue Jackson has taken over as head coach and is on the hunt for a new signal caller. Robert Griffin III visited the Browns on Friday and Saturday and had a “great meeting,” according to Jackson. Griffin is rumored to have at least 10 suitors, and if that’s true, don’t expect him to jump at the first thing offered to him.
“It was a great meeting. I think he’s obviously a tremendous talent and a great young man,” Jackson told NFL Media’s Steve Wyche. “He had a lot of success early in Washington and then things just didn’t work out. Those things happen in the National Football League. But at the same time we are going through our process. We are going to be very diligent in what we are doing — trying to make sure that we put the right quarterbacks on our football team and in that quarterback room. And that’s one of my biggest responsibilities and also one of our organization’s biggest responsibilities.”