Here's another example that the Browns don't think Johnny Manziel is a franchise QB

As Johnny Manziel currently sits in rehab trying to figure out how to fix his life, the Cleveland Browns are trying to figure out who their quarterback of the future will be. By the looks of it, Manziel isn't going to be that guy.

According to Mary Kay Cabot of, the Browns are fully behind starting Josh McCown this season. Let me remind you, McCown threw more interceptions than touchdowns last season and was arguably the worst starting QB in the league.

In addition to starting McCown, Cabot says she thinks the team will try and move up in the draft to select Marcus Mariota. If Cleveland was so happy with Manziel, a first-round pick last season, why would they choose another quarterback in the draft a year later?

Cabot also thinks the team could make another run at Sam Bradford on draft day. The team offered Philadelphia a first-round pick for him earlier this month, but he doesn't have the same upside as Mariota.

No matter what Cleveland decides to do, it's obvious that the organization isn't the biggest fans of Johnny Football.