Cleveland selected Manziel with the No. 22 pick in this year's draft. Over four preseason games, the Texas A&M product and former Heisman Trophy winner completed 30 of his 59 pass attempts for 296 yards and two touchdowns.
Manziel has reportedly struggled to grasp the Browns' playbook and said, after Hoyer was named starter, that he didn't "necessarily" feel that he was ready to be the starter.
Pettine has said that he is unsure if he will make a "permanent commitment" to either quarterback.
Tomlin says Steelers "fully expect" Johnny Manziel to play Sunday along with Browns starting QB Brian Hoyer. Team is preparing for both. — Scott Brown (@ScottBrown_ESPN) September 2, 2014
- Chris Johnson