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Johnny Manziel feels 'comfortable' with Jacksonville Jaguars

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Johnny Manziel was visiting the Jacksonville Jaguars today as part of his pre-draft rounds.

The former Texas A&M QB was part of a gaggle of quarterbacks who were visiting the franchise today, as he joined the likes of Jimmy Garoppolo, Derek Carr and Teddy Bridgewater in the Florida city.

And he spoke to during his visit:

"It's been great getting to see Jacksonville and getting to be around the facilities," the young QB explained.

And he also noted that, following an extensive period of scrutiny ranging from the NFL combine to his College Station pro day, he now feels comfortable with the organization and it's personnel:

"I'm just more comfortable now with these guys. Like you said it's the third time being around them. Combine was a chance to meet them, getting a chance to see them again there in College Station and now familiar faces.

"Just being able to greet coach Gus in a way different term than the first time and it's great being more comfortable around these guys," he explained.

Manziel has also spent time in Oakland with the Raiders in the past few days, and is likely to visit several other teams in the next few weeks as the countdown to the 2014 NFL Draft draws nearer.

After a strong pro day Manziel remains one of the favorites to be taken with the first overall pick in May.

The Houston Texans remain in control of that no.1 pick.

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