Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer admits that he isn't bothered about what his teammates do off the field in the off-season.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer has insisted that he is not concerned with the off-field antics of his teammates during the off-season.
The Browns selected Johnny Manziel in the first round of the 2014 Draft to compete with Hoyer for the starting signal caller spot at the club.
However, the 21-year-old has drawn criticism for his partying antics after being pictured in Las Vegas.
"I'm not really focused on my teammates, what they do in their off life so that's none of my business," Hoyer told 92.3 The Fan.
"They can make those decisions on their own. All that matters is that we come back ready to go for the season."
Hoyer threw for 615 yards along with five touchdowns to three interceptions in his three games for the Browns in the 2013 season.
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