They love their T-shirts in Cleveland, don't they?
It didn't take long for a clothing manufacturer to try to cash in on the latest development in the Cleveland Browns' quarterbacking situation.
Coach Mike Pettine announced on Wednesday that Brian Hoyer would be the Browns' No. 1 quarterback to start the NFL season, with Johnny Manziel backing him up.
By Thursday, The Heckler Store was selling "Johnny Clipboard" T-shirts for $20 on its website.
Cleveland's T-shirt economy is booming right now.
When LeBron James left the Cavaliers in 2010, there was a mass burning of jerseys and shirts. With King James now returning to the franchise, garment presses can barely keep up with the demand to help Cavs fans fill their closets again.
When the Browns drafted Manziel with their first pick, it also flooded the T-shirt market with designs capturing his many nicknames, including "Johnny Football," "Johnny Cleveland," and "Johnny Knows."