Browns say Johnny Manziel undermining 'teammates and the reputation of our organization'

Though they won't say it publicly, the Cleveland Browns seem poised to cut the cord with controversial quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Browns say Johnny Manziel undermining 'teammates and the reputation of our organization'

Executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown said in a statement Tuesday that Manziel's behavior "undermines the hard work of his teammates."

Saturday, Fort Worth police filed a report after receiving a call about a disturbance involving Manziel and a woman who described herself to officers as his ex-girlfriend.

"We've been clear about expectations for our players on and off the field. Johnny's continual involvement in incidents that run counter to those expectations undermines the hard work of his teammates and the reputation of our organization," said Brown.

"His status with our group will be tended to when allowed by association rules. We will have no further remark as of now."

The new alliance year does not start until March 9, and numerous reports claim Manziel will be discharged on that date.

NFL groups can start waiving players when Monday. Be that as it may, the Browns will probably hold up in light of the fact that Manziel's staying base pay ensures (about $2.17 million) would quicken onto the top instantly, and they effectively moved over all their unused space from 2015.

It's likewise conceivable Cleveland may in any case discover an exchange accomplice who may will to part with even a low draft pick for Manziel's administrations.

New Browns mentor Hue Jackson has over and over said Manziel is under assessment such as the majority of Cleveland's players. However Jackson apparently has effectively chosen to proceed onward from Johnny Football, a first-round pick only two years back.

"My general response would be disillusionment," Jackson told ESPN Cleveland 850 on Tuesday morning when gotten some information about the most recent occurrence.

"As I've said ordinarily, I might want for the Cleveland Browns' players to behave in a way that speaks to the association well. Clearly, that pondered contrastingly what we need to have happen. Clearly, it's a procedure that we're experiencing, and we'll keep on experiencing it."

Proprietor Jimmy Haslam as of late communicated trust that the previous Heisman Trophy victor's hitch with the association could be rescued.
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