Manziel, McCown much sharper in second day of Browns practice
The second day of training camp was much better for Johnny Manziel, and starter Josh McCown didn't look too shabby either.
Manziel unofficially completed 14 of his 15 pass attempts, according to CBS Cleveland, a far cry from his first training camp practice on Thursday. Head coach Mike Pettine was pleased with the way Manziel rebounded.
"Too much gets made in that 'He had a bad series of plays,'" Pettine said via ESPN.com. "He came out here today, just like any other day -- he wanted to work to get better, and he took it one play at a time."
McCown's day may have gone even better, so much so that receiver Dwayne Bowe is already seeing top five QB potential in the veteran journeyman. Bowe was at the receiving end of a 40-yard perfect strike from McCown down the sideline.
Pettine was also very impressed. "I talk about having to watch the film and being able to evaluate, but I don’t have to watch the film to know he threw some pretty good balls in practice today," he said.
So now you know when Pettine says he has to look at the film, he's not exactly pleased.