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The Dallas Cowboys will reportedly not trade for Johnny Manziel if the Browns' quarterback becomes available

By SI Wire
April 30, 2015

The Dallas Cowboys will not trade for Johnny Manziel if the Browns' quarterback becomes available, ESPN's Ed Werder reports.

The Browns are reportedly interested in acquiring a new quarterback. They have been rumored to be interested in trading for the Eagles' Sam Bradford or moving up in the draft to select Oregon's Marcus Mariota. 

The Cowboys' current backup to quarterback Tony Romo is former Browns draftee Brandon Weeden.

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Manziel grew up in Texas, played in college at Texas A&M and was a rumored target of the Cowboys in the 2014 NFL draft. After Cleveland picked him with the 22nd pick in the first round, Manziel struggled in his rookie season, completing 18 of 35 passes for 175 yards in five games.

The Browns offered St. Louis a first-round pick for Bradford before the Rams traded him to the Eagles, according to NFL Network. Cleveland offered the Titans two 2015 first-round picks to move up to No. 2 overall and select Mariota, ESPN's Pat McManamon reported.

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