HOF QB Joe Montana offers advice to Manziel

Another day equals more advice for Browns' rookie Johnny Manziel

It seems that just about every day somebody is trying to give Johnny Manziel some advice.

This week, AFC rookies are at the rookie symposium in Northeast Ohio where they are getting insight and training on how to handle their newfound celebrity as NFL players.

Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana appeared on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access" Wednesday and was asked what advice he would give to Manziel.

"The biggest thing is, 'Hey you've made it to where you want to be," Montana said. "Everybody wants to have fun up there. But unfortunately, you're in a fish bowl even more so than he was in college.' I always go back to an old saying Bill Walsh told me after we won our first Super Bowl. I was going everywhere [and] trying to do everything. He called me in and said, 'I just want to tell you one thing. I understand what you're doing. We may never get back to another Super Bowl. But just remember this, the less people see you, the more they want to see you."

"Basically, he was saying it's OK to do some things, but try to cut it back, but don't forget about football because that's got you to where you are," he said. "That's what's going to keep you there. You got to make sure you spend the time on football as much as getting out and about."