The reality that Robert Griffin III will have the ability to call audibles in 2013 means that, during his first two NFL seasons, he lacked that power. Which raises an interesting question for the most talked-about NFL rookie since Griffin.

The guy who put the restrictor plate on RGIII was offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. And Shanahan now runs the offense in Cleveland.

So will Johnny Manziel have the power to change plays as a rookie?

It’s not relevant unless and until he plays. And with Manziel posing with Biebs while showing a literal index finger to the world and a figurative middle finger to the Browns, Manziel could be daring the front office to do something about his refusal to tone it down. Like relying on Brian Hoyer when September rolls around.