Browns’ Manziel cuts practice short due to sore right elbow

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BEREA, Ohio  — Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel cut his practice short Sunday after experiencing soreness in his right elbow and could be sidelined for a few days.

Manziel has been bothered by a sore elbow for the past two weeks. After completing a pass Sunday, Manziel pointed toward his elbow. Browns coach Mike Pettine said Manziel may not practice Monday. The team has a scheduled day off on Tuesday.

The second-year QB sat out practice on Aug. 11 with a sore elbow, but played two nights later in an exhibition.

Pettine doesn’t believe Manziel’s elbow issue will be “a long-term thing.” He will continue to get feedback from trainer Joe Sheehan.

Manziel threw a touchdown pass in Thursday’s loss to Buffalo and has had an impressive training camp. He’s listed as the No. 2 quarterback behind Josh McCown, who is expected to start the season opener.