BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns started the season with a quarterback plan: Josh McCown is the starter, Johnny Manziel is his backup.

They’re going back to it.

McCown was cleared from the NFL’s concussion protocol Wednesday to practice and will start against Oakland, moving back into the lineup ahead of Manziel, who threw two touchdown passes and led the Browns to their first win Sunday.

Coach Mike Pettine said he considered several factors but that his final decision was based on one thing.

“For us, it’s very bottom line,” Pettine said. “You weigh everything. You look at the game plan. You look at where we are, and it’s who gives us the best opportunity to win.”

The decision puts Manzeil on hold again

“It’s obviously disappointing,” Manziel said. “I’m not going to sit here and say that I love the decision.

“I respect Coach Pett, and that’s the guy that makes the calls for this team. I’m going to be a team player and do what I need to do from here on out and be ready if my number’s called. I felt like I went out and did some good things. Our team needed a win and I was the next guy up. We got the win.”

 The city prosecutor in Cleveland said suspended Browns offensive line coach Andy Moeller won’t be charged following a review of an alleged assault at his home.

SEAHAWKS: Safety Kam Chancellor ended his holdout and reported to the team after missing training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season.

Chancellor potentially lost more than $2 million with a holdout that appears to have not resulted in a new contract. It’s not clear how much he’ll be fined.

VIKINGS: Left guard Brandon Fusco has a concussion, yet another injury issue for a banged-up offensive line.

The Vikings already lost right tackle Phil Loadholt (torn Achilles tendon) for the season and center John Sullivan (back surgery) for the first half of the season. Fusco moved from the right side to the left side this year, with Mike Harris taking over as the starter at right guard.

JETS: Cornerback Darrelle Revis sat out practice with a groin injury and his status for the game Sunday against Philadelphia is uncertain.

Revis was selected the AFC defensive player of the week after recovering two fumbles and had an interception Monday night in New York’s 20-7 victory at Indianapolis.

TEXANS: Coach Bill O’Brien doesn’t expect running back Arian Foster to return Sunday from a groin injury against Tampa Bay and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins will likely be out, too because of a concussion.

Foster, who has been out with a groin injury, practiced but was limited.

49ERS: Carlos Hyde went through a full practice after suffering both a blow to the head and another to the lower leg three days earlier in Pittsburgh. The running back was cleared of a concussion.

CHARGERS: Tight end Ladarius Green has suffered his second concussion in less than two weeks and his third since December.

Green was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice. He reported having concussion-like symptoms on Tuesday, the players’ day off, Coach Mike McCoy said.

DOLPHINS: Running back Lamar Miller (right ankle), left tackle Branden Albert (right hamstring) and tight end Jordan Cameron (groin) sat out practice but worked on the side. All were hurt in Sunday’s loss at Jacksonville.

SAINTS: Quarterback Drew Brees said he’s confident that he’ll be able to play Sunday against Carolina despite a bruised rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder.

BILLS: Buffalo promoted safety Jonathan Meeks from the practice squad to its active roster.

EAGLES: Running back DeMarco Murray left practice with a hamstring injury.

PANTHERS: Quarterback Cam Newton will host a television show on the Nickelodeon network next year.