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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Johnny Manziel
As NFL free agency kicks off, it's time to update the CSN Washington 2014 mock draft with version 4.0.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews will be the seventh member of his family to play in the NFL if he is drafted as expected in May.
Chris Parmelee's three-run homer off left-handed reliever Jose Mijares broke open a close game in the sixth inning on Saturday, and the Minnesota Twins went on to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-2.
Johnny Manziel, a.k.a. "Johnny Football" for his star-showing with Texas A&M and his similarly star status as he winds toward the NFL draft, has nonetheless one detractor: Former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer said he's an "arrogant little [expletive]" who embarrasses his team.
The NFL scouting combine will never turn a projected first-round pick into an undrafted free agent, or vice versa.
Jadeveon Clowney made things tougher for Johnny Manziel and the other potential No. 1 picks Monday.
The former South Carolina star ran the fastest 40-yard dash time of the defensive lineman. NFL.com reported the unofficial time at 4.47 seconds. NFL Network said it was 4.53. Either way, it was still tops at his position.
Teddy Bridgewater will spend the next 2½ months trying to convince NFL scouts he's the No. 1 quarterback - No. 1 player - in this year's draft.
Johnny Football has more proof that he's fast.
Of the three quarterbacks projected to be picked at the top of the NFL draft this year, Blake Bortles is considered to be the most raw.
This year's draft class will feature a record 98 underclassmen, including South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and Auburn left tackle Greg Robinson.
Jameis Winston was in North Texas on Monday to accept the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's top college quarterback. The Florida State star also managed a side trip to nearby Arlington to visit the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium.
The Browns own the fourth pick in the NFL draft and are expected to take a quarterback, possibly former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M.
New Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan started a rookie quarterback once in his six years as a play caller. Robert Griffin III, the No. 2 pick in the 2012 draft, set numerous rookie records and was picked AP Offensive Rookie of the Year for the Washington Redskins.
"Life's going to change," Manziel said. "This is an extremely big deal."
"I had to go through controversy and I had to go through some things," Manziel said. "To see him at such a young age, to put his head down and to focus on his teammates and where they are and where they're headed ... I do give him a lot of credit for that with all the scrutiny he's under. I feel like he's done a tremendous job of focusing on his team and on his family and what matters most."