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Johnny Manziel Shows Speed At NFL Combine As QBs, RBs And WRs Work Out

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CBS Cleveland

INDIANAPOLIS (92.3 The Fan) – Johnny Manziel will wait to show off his arm, but on day 5 of the NFL Combine he showed his speed.

Manziel unofficially ran a 4.63 in his first 40-yard dash run before rolling off a 4.56 in his second run. His best time was officially adjusted to 4.68.

Fresno State’s Derek Carr is the second fastest behind Manziel running a 4.68 in his first run and shaved off .03 in his second run for an unofficial time of 4.65. His official time was 4.69.

Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater did not run Sunday.

Other “best” unofficial times from quarterbacks: Jordan Lynch 4.72, Tajh Boyd 4.75, Blake Bortles 4.81, A.J. McCarron 4.91 and Jimmy Garoppolo 4.93. The official times for the 4 were: Lynch 4.76, Boyd 4.84, Bortles 4.93, McCarron 4.94.

Clemson receiver Sammy Watkins, who vowed Saturday to break Chris Johnson’s 4.24 combine record set in…

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Manziel Runs 40-Yard Dash In 4.68 Seconds

Hope You do good in the Draft Johnny

CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Johnny Football has more proof that he’s fast.

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel’s official 40-yard dash time at the NFL scouting combine was 4.68 seconds. That’s fourth at his position among those who participated in the drill Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The best was Virginia Tech’s Logan Thomas, who registered 4.61 seconds.

Manziel is widely considered one of the top three quarterbacks in the draft. Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater did not run the 40. Central Florida’s Blake Bortles ran a 4.93.

South Carolina’s Connor Shaw and Fresno State’s Derek Carr were two other quarterbacks who ranked high in several categories.

Kent State running back Dri Archer posted the fastest official 40 time at 4.26.

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A Case For…Johnny Manziel

Great game Texas ATM not so much for texas last time i saw SAW THOSE HORNS

Spinning Back Kick Daily

Sitting in front of my TV on New Year’s Eve watching the Chick-fil-a Bowl, I sat in amazement of the performance that Texas A&M and former Heisman quarterback JohnnyManziel was putting on.

In fact, for the first time I sat there watching him play and thought ‘Wow this kid is ready for the next level.’

Things didn’t start well of Manziel and the Aggies though as they found themselves down 14-3 at the end of the first, but Manziel showed something that seemed impossible at the beginning of the season; maturity and leadership.

After two 15-yard personal fouls from receive MikeEvans that stalled the drives, Manziel had enough. He ran off the field through down the helmet and got right into Evans face. He made sure though as Evans turned his face away he made sure to get his message across in a calm way to get…

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Texas ATM vs Arkansas

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here is the highlights of the Texas  ATM and Arkansas game from  Huff Post Sports.

“Johnny Manziel made Texas A&M feel right at home in Fayetteville.

Manziel accounted for 320 yards of total offense and threw two touchdown passes to Mike Evans as No. 10 Texas A&M pulled away for a 45-33 win over Arkansas on Saturday night.

Manziel, who totaled 557 yards of offense in a win over the Razorbacks last season, was 23-of-30 passing for 261 yards and he rushed for 59 yards for the Aggies (4-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference).

Trey Williams had 83 yards rushing to lead Texas A&M, which finished with 262 yards rushing on 44 carries. Deshazor Everett had a 34-yard interception return for a touchdown.

The win was the Aggies’ ninth straight on the road.

Quarterback Brandon Allen returned from a shoulder injury for Arkansas (3-2, 0-1), finishing 17-of-36 passing for 282 yards and two touchdowns.

The game was the first for the Aggies in Fayetteville since 1990, when both schools were members of the Southwest Conference.

Manziel appeared to turn Razorback Stadium into his personal playground in the first half, zigzagging his way through the Arkansas defense on his way to 253 total yards.

The Aggies led 24-20 at halftime, behind touchdown catches of 9 and 7 yards by Evans – the second of which came over a host of Arkansas defenders and put Texas A&M up 24-10. The Aggies went up 30-20 to start the second half when Everett intercepted Allen and returned it for a touchdown.”