Quarterback Johnny Manziel now has some NFL money to rub between his fingers.

Manziel, who rubbed his fingers together when he walked onto the stage after being selected in the draft, his signature "money" gesture, agreed to terms with the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday.

Manziel's four-year deal is worth $8,247,250 and includes a $4,318,000 signing bonus and $6,702,625 guaranteed, according to Spotrac.com. The deal is worth an annual average salary of $2,061,813 and includes a team option for a fifth year, the Akron Beacon-Journal reported.

The former Heisman Trophy winner will enter training camp next month as Cleveland's No. 2 quarterback behind veteran Brian Hoyer, who has been limited during offseason practices while recovering from offseason knee surgery.

  • Running back Marshawn Lynch showed up for the Seattle Seahawks' minicamp following rumors that he might skip the drills in an attempt to get a higher salary.

    Lynch signed a four-year contract before the 2012 season. He is scheduled to make $5 million in base salary this season plus per-game roster bonuses.

  • Wide receiver Andre Johnson was absent from the Houston Texans' minicamp. Johnson has said he has not asked for a trade but last month wondered if Houston was "still the place for me."

    New coach Bill O'Brien named Ryan Fitzpatrick as the Texans' starting quarterback.

    Colleges


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    Pinch hitter John Gatlin's single into short right field over a pulled-in, five-man infield in the bottom of the ninth inning gave Mississippi a 2-1 victory over Texas Tech in a College World Series elimination game in Omaha, Nebraska.

    Mississippi plays Virginia on Thursday in another elimination game. Virginia beat TCU 3-2 on a bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 15th inning.

  • Dave Joyner said he is resigning as Penn State's athletic director Aug. 1. Joyner held the reins at his alma mater through 21/2 turbulent years, hiring two football coaches that kept the program afloat in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal and Joe Paterno's death.

  • Former Warriors coach Eric Musselman was hired as an assistant on LSU coach Johnny Jones' staff. Musselman spent the past two seasons as an assistant at Arizona State. He coached the Warriors from 2002-04 and the Sacramento Kings in 2006-07.

    Golf

    Tiger Woods is making progress in his recovery from back surgery and starting to extend his swing, according to his agent. Woods is recovering from a microdiscectomy on his back March 31. Woods has said he is unsure when he will be healthy enough to return to competition. He has missed two majors this year.