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Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel reacts after being selected by the Cleveland Browns as the 22nd pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
NFL football player Johnny Manziel, stands on the sideline during the second half of Game 2 of the NBA basketball finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Young heavyweight boxer Cassius Clay points to a sign he wrote on a chalk board in his dressing room before his fight against Archie Moore in Los Angeles, Nov. 15, 1962, predicting he'd knock Moore out in the fourth round, which he went on to do. The sign also predicts Clay will be the next champ via a knockout over Sonny Liston in eight rounds. Photo was made after the Clay-Moore fight. (AP Photo/Harold P. Matosian)
University . of Oklahoma Linebacker Brian Bosworth hugs a teammate before kick off the 53rd Annual Orange Bowl Classic in Miami with Oklahoma vs. University of Arkansas, January 1, 1987. Bosworth is not playing because he was barred when it was discovered he had steriods in his system. (AP Photo)
The New York Jets' Joe Namath, who did away with his famed Fu Manchu mustache for the sake of a TV commercial several weeks ago, gets the attention of three girls who noticed he?s growing back his trademark. The welcome tweaking occurred at La Costa Country Club on Feb. 14, 1969 in La Costa, California, where Namath, with Mickey Mantle as his partner, is competing in the annual Astrojet golf tournament. The girls are from left Carol Brakeshan, Jeanie Montgomery and Betty Hestera. (AP Photo)
New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath who usually has to face a bunch of growling females on the field, found this atmosphere much more to his liking at Shea stadium on Oct. 27, 1967 in New York. The girls are members of the bunny's touch football team from the New York Playboys Club. In the huddle from left are Jill, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Connie, Levittown, N. Y.; Heidi, Vienna, Austria; Carmel, Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Patty, Babylon, N.Y. They refused to give their last names. (AP Photo/HH)
An emotional Weeb Ewbank, coach of the New York Jets, congratulates quarterback Joe Namath with just seconds left in Super Bowl III at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Fla., on Jan. 12, 1969. The Jets upsent the heavily-favored Baltimore Colts 16-7. (AP Photo)
Elizabeth Taylor arrives for a Hollywood movie premier Dec. 21, 1949, with Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder and the Major League's home run king. For teenaged Liz, who shows up at most of the Film City's after dark functions, Kiner is her second big name athlete boyfriend. (AP Photo)
The free-agency departures of three-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz seem to be haunting the Browns because their offensive line is trying to find its way with the Sept. 11 regular-season opener at the Philadelphia Eagles on the horizon.