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Pro Day Tour '14: More Than Manziel

Walker (USA Today Sports)

Johnny Manziel wasn't the only player at Texas A&M — or the only quarterback — working out for scouts (including scouts from Green Bay) on Thursday. (Note: This was updated on Friday to update one of the workouts.)

The center of the football universe on Thursday was College Station, Texas, where quarterback Johnny Manziel held his pro day workout in front of 75 NFL scouts, coaches and general managers. Manziel, of course, had to throw the ball to someone. No, it wasn't former President George H.W. Bush, who was in attendance. Rather, the headliner was towering 6-foot-5 receiver Mike Evans. The Packers...

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