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“You're looking for the total package, the quarterback who is best suited to take the field and lead us to a win against the
Pettine said on Thursday that he was "comfortable" with Hoyer as the starter but added Friday that "all of our options are open." The former third-string quarterback went 3-0 as a starter last season before a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee sidelined him for the year. But the first-year Browns coach has given Manziel equal time with the first-team offense recently in practice and plans to do the same Monday night against the Redskins.
“They both started camp at a certain point and they've both made improvement,” Pettine said. “I think they've both made big strides. When you look at it, I feel like we're in a good position, we have two quarterbacks that we feel have
While Pettine has brought Manziel along slowly with the first-team offense in preseason, it appears that a good performance on Monday could sway the coach to install the rookie as the starter.