Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel said he is "100 percent" happy no longer to be the subject of constant medai attention.
"It's nice to come out here and wear any kind of shoes that I want and it's not the main story the next day," Manziel said. "The hype is a little bit tempered and a little bit down, and that for me is a good thing. Now I can just come out and play and do my game and really get to learn, because that's what I really needed to do is to learn."
Manziel said that now he doesn't have to focus as much on the media, he is starting to learn Cleveland's offense faster.
"Off the field for me right now is just really simple. It's football right now, and it'll be that way throughout the rest of the season," Manziel said. "It's night-and-day difference from last year. It's night and day from the first day even coming out here. I'm pleased with the progression of getting better and coming out some of these days and having a high completion percentage and getting the ball where it needs to go. "Now there's the little things that are keeping me from taking another step."