One of the top football factories at the college level, Ohio State has its eyes on the first round record, which the Miami Hurricanes set in the 2004 NFL Draft with six selections. The Buckeyes are aiming for seven. Or more.
For a number of reasons on and off the field, Johnny Manziel is on his way out in Cleveland. And although North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz has some question marks as well, they aren't in the areas that have derailed Johnny Football's NFL career.
The 2016 Pro Bowl rosters are set.
We can't envision a situation where either Johnny Manziel or Robert Griffin III play with their current teams next season. The Cowboys, however, are another story.
As the top quarterback in Mobile, North Dakota State's Carson Wentz is the belle of the ball. And the fact that he is being coached by the Cowboys adds even more intrigue to his week as Dallas is in the market for a young signal caller to groom behind Tony Romo.
Hue Jackson is the latest Browns coach, the eighth since the team returned to Cleveland in 1999. And like every one of his predecessors, Jackson is looking for a legit franchise QB.
There's a good chance Johnny Manziel has played his last game for the Browns, and some fans hope Johnny Football lands with the Cowboys.
Pretty much since the time Johnny Manziel entered the draft in 2014, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made it known that he really likes the former Heisman Trophy winner.
Good news: Manziel was at the facility on Monday for exit meetings with the team, though he didn't speak to reporters.
The initial rosters for the 2016 Pro Bowl, which will feature a selection draft for a third year in a row, were announced on Tuesday. Who made the cut, and who deserved to but didn't?

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