Quarterbacks Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer will both take snaps with the Cleveland Browns' first-team offense in practice this week.
Coach Mike Pettine said he isn't ready to choose a starter for the game Aug. 18 in Washington but plans to have a regular-season starter set before the third preseason game, Aug. 23 against St. Louis.
Hoyer started Saturday in a 13-12 loss to Detroit. He completed 6 of 14 passes for 92 yards with the first team. Manziel was 7 of 11 for 63 yards with the second- and third-teamers.
"Brian got 24 snaps, Johnny got 25, and both were solid," Pettine said.
Ryan Lochte beat Michael Phelps to win the 200-meter individual medley at the U.S. national championships in Irvine, keeping Phelps winless in four races. Lochte finished in 1 minute, 56.50 seconds. Phelps, the three-time Olympic champion in the event, touched in 1:56.55. Both qualified for the Pan Pacific Championships on Aug. 21-24 in Australia. Anthony Ervin, 33, won the 50 freestyle in 21.55 seconds over fellow Cal alum Nathan Adrian (21.69). Simone Manuel won the women's 50 freestyle in 24.56. Natalie Coughlin, 31, was sixth in 24.97. The Cal grad and three-time Olympian failed to make her fifth Pan Pacific team.
Agnieszka Radwanska beat a tired-looking Venus Williams 6-4, 6-2 to win the WTA Rogers Cup in Montreal. Williams was coming off a three-set win over sister Serena on Saturday.
Marco Pappa and Gonzalo Pineda scored second-half goals as Seattle (13-6-2) won 2-0 over Houston (6-12-4). The victory lifted the Sounders back atop the Western Conference.
Mirim Lee won the Meijer LPGA Classic, beating Inbee Park in a playoff in Belmont, Michigan. Lee drove into a greenside bunker on the second extra hole -- the short par-4 17th -- and blasted out to 5 feet. After Park's 15-foot birdie try lipped out, Lee holed her birdie putt. They each parred 18 to open the playoff. Lee shot a 2-under 69 to tie Park (70) at 14-under 270. Suzann Pettersen (69) was a shot back.
Female pitcher Mo'Ne Davis led her team into the Little League World Series, throwing a three-hitter to lead Taney Youth Baseball Association Little League of Philadelphia to an 8-0 victory over a squad from Delaware. The 13-year-old will become only the 17th girl to play in the Little League World Series in 68 years.