BEREA, Ohio (AP) With the Browns' season unraveling, coach Mike Pettine says he's not yet prepared to name quarterback Johnny Manziel his starter for the final six games.
Manziel passed for a career-high 372 yards Sunday, but the Browns dropped their fifth straight game, 30-9, to Pittsburgh. Pettine was impressed by the second-year QB's progress, but said he hasn't decided whether to turn Cleveland's offense over to Manziel.
Manziel started in place of Josh McCown, who says his injured ribs have improved.
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Pettine's future in Cleveland may be jeopardy, but he insists he's focused only on getting the Browns turned around. Pettine said if a coach tries to save his job ''then you're not doing your job.''
Pettine expects to meet this week with owner Jimmy Haslam to discuss a variety of topics, including the quarterback situation.
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