Manziel fires back about his weekend study habits

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) stretches before a rookie minicamp practice at the NFL football team's facility in Berea, Ohio, earlier this month.  

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Johnny Manziel was criticized for spending the weekend in Vegas living it up instead of spending the time getting to know Cleveland’s playbook.

On Monday, Manziel wanted everyone to know that his plans included study time.

Manziel was said to be behind incumbent quarterback Brian Hoyer by "a significant margin," according to general manager Ray Farmer after the first week of OTAs.  

Manziel's Vegas weekend

Browns fans hope he pulled the playbook out for more than just the return flight home.