Browns' Johnny Manziel: Criminal investigation reopened
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/5/2016) The Dallas Police Department has reopened its investigation into an alleged domestic violence incident committed by Manziel last Saturday morning.

On Friday, the department received a complaint of the alleged assault, spurring a renewed effort to determine if anything criminal occurred during the encounter. As the listed suspect, Manziel could now be facing legal concerns in addition to any discipline that the NFL may hand down.


Browns' Johnny Manziel: Won't be charged
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/4/2016) Manziel won't be charged by either the Fort Worth or Dallas police departments in connection to an alleged domestic violence incident from Saturday morning, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Manziel's exit from NFL circles seems to be more assured by the week, especially after details emerged from his most recent brush with the law. On Saturday, an argument with an ex-girlfriend turned into a harrowing experience in which he "restrained" and struck her multiple times across two separate jurisdictions. Eventually, he ran from her residence, but not before police were called and a helicopter dispatched in search of the quarterback. Although he has avoided criminal charges, the NFL is investigating the matter to determine whether discipline is in order.


Cowboys' Tony Romo: Next evaluation will determine if surgery is needed
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/4/2016) Romo will be evaluated in late February or early March to determine if surgery is necessary on his left collarbone, The Dallas Morning News reports.

Before undergoing a CT scan last week, Romo fully expected to have surgery at some point in the offseason, but the Cowboys now have some options to ponder. If the team opts for the first one, a set of screws will attach a plate over the collarbone in order to stabilize the area and avoid another fracture. As for the second choice, if the next CT scan reveals a suitable amount of bone growth and regeneration to last week's base line, he may undergo a Mumford procedure, in which part of "the distal clavicle is shaved off or removed." The latter procedure is preferable, as it reduces long-term stress on the collarbone versus the attachment of a plate. No matter which path Romo takes, he'll face a 6-to-8 week recovery, setting him up to take part in the entire offseason program.


Browns' Johnny Manziel: To be released in March
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/3/2016) Manziel will be released by the Browns when the new league year begins on March 9, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

Manziel added to his long list of off-field issues this past weekend when another domestic disturbance resulted in the authorities being called in to investigate. The Browns' front office has now officially had enough of Manziel and the distractions he brings with him and will opt to release him after just two seasons in Cleveland. However, the Browns cannot make the move official until the new league year begins in March. Now that Manziel's tenure in Cleveland has come to a close, it will be one of the stories of the offseason to see whether the embattled former Heisman Trophy winner can turn things around and convince a team to give him a second chance.


Colts' Andrew Luck: Fully recovered from lacerated kidney
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/3/2016) Luck (abdomen) has fully recovered from the lacerated kidney he suffered against the Broncos, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com reports. "He's good to go. He's healed," said Colts owner Jim Irsay on Tuesday.

Luck's 2015 season was marked by shoulder and ankle injuries before suffering a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdomen on Nov. 10, which ultimately ended his season. After two months of recovery, Luck is now fully healed and those injuries should no longer be an issue moving forward.


Buccaneers' Jameis Winston: Throws for two TD in Pro Bowl debut
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(2/1/2016) Winston completed six of 12 passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns during Team Irvin's 49-27 defeat of Team Rice in Sunday's Pro Bowl.

The 2015 first overall pick capped off a memorable rookie campaign with a strong showing as a replacement for Tom Brady. Winston hit a streaking Delanie Walker down the middle for a 53-yard touchdown in the third quarter, and then found DeAndre Hopkins for a seven-yard strike in the fourth. The 22-year-old will now head into offseason under a new head coach in former Bucs offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, but with the benefit of playing in Koetter's offensive system for the second consecutive season. If Tampa is able to re-up free agent Doug Martin, Winston will be armed with arguably his three top offensive weapons from 2015 in Martin, Charles Sims and Mike Evans going into the 2016 campaign.


Browns' Josh McCown: Hopes to work out soon
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(1/30/2016) McCown is recovering well from his broken collarbone and is hopeful that he'll receive clearance to work out in the near future, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

McCown endured an avalanche of ailments in the most recent campaign, missing one game due to a concussion, two more due to a rib injury, and the final five outings with a broken collarbone. Despite the misfortune on the injury front, he completed 186 of 292 passes for 2,109 yards, 12 touchdowns, and four interceptions in just eight games. With the troubles befalling Johnny Manziel, McCown appears to be the Browns' starting quarterback, especially with a contract in hand through the 2017 season.


Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Underwent knee surgery after season
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(1/30/2016) Rodgers underwent arthroscopic knee surgery after the Packers' season ended on Jan. 16, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.

Rodgers has never been listed with a knee issue in the course of his professional career, but the procedure was performed as a "cleanup of an old injury," which could be a reference to reconstructive surgery that was performed on his left knee in January of 2004 at the University of California. Arthroscopic surgeries aren't accompanied by lengthy recovery periods, and the quarterback himself stated Friday that he's "doing well" and "recovering on schedule." As a result, he pulled himself out of Sunday's Pro Bowl but shouldn't have any problem being available for the entirety of the offseason program.


Browns' Johnny Manziel: More info on Saturday incident
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(1/30/2016) Fort Worth police released the full report on the incident involving Manziel from Saturday morning, which states that Fort Worth police are working with Dallas police to determine whether a criminal offense occurred, though there has been no arrest to this point.

The new information is somewhat convoluted but concerning in any case. The report states that a call was made alerting police to a potential assault, though upon arriving at the location police only located a woman now identified as Manziel's ex-girlfriend, who apparently was not the caller. The woman said that she was involved with a disturbance with her ex-boyfriend (Manziel) earlier in the evening, in Dallas, though she evidently did not cooperate with Fort Worth police further. The Fort Worth police forwarded the report to the Dallas Police Department, and the matter appears to be in their hands at this point. The woman otherwise told Fort Worth police that she was concerned for the well-being of Manziel, but police eventually determined that he was in no danger. It sounds like another very messy situation for Manziel, whose presumed exit from Cleveland might be hastened as a result.


Buccaneers' Jameis Winston: Is first rookie quarterback in Bucs history to earn Pro Bowl berth
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
(1/30/2016) Winston will be the first Bucs rookie quarterback to ever play in the Pro Bowl, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The 2015 first-rounder is replacing Tom Brady, but nevertheless holds an important distinction in franchise history. Winston arguably earned the honor by becoming only the third rookie quarterback in NFL history to throw for over 4,000 yards in his first season, joining a distinguished list that includes Cam Newton and Andrew Luck. Winston's 4,042 yards also set a frachise rookie record for quarterbacks, as did his 28 combined touchdowns.


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