Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel took reps with the first-team offense Monday for the first time since the franchise drafted him 22nd overall on May 8.
Meanwhile, veteran Brian Hoyer worked with the second unit. Hoyer had been with the starters all offseason until Monday.
Manziel worked exclusively with the starters, and Hoyer was with the second-team offense.
Manziel completed 6-of-17 passes with one interception in team drills, according to the Beacon Journal's unofficial account. Two of Manziel's passes were dropped by his targets and another two were broken up by defenders.
Hoyer completed 11-of-22 passes, including a 71-yard catch-and-run touchdown by undrafted rookie receiver Willie Snead. One of Hoyer's passes was dropped by his intended receiver and four were broken up be defenders.