Ex-Cleveland Browns star Eric Metcalf says ENOUGH IS ENOUGH when it comes to Johnny Manziel -- and the team should finally drop the QB because he's a magnet for bad publicity.
Metcalf -- who was a stud for the Browns back in the '90s -- says the latest example is Manziel's brush with police last week ... in which his GF claimed the QB hit her a couple of times during a domestic dispute, though Johnny was ultimately NOT arrested.
"I don't think he should be with the Browns, just because of all the things he's gotten into. It's all bad publicity," Metcalf says.
"He's not really helping the football team right now and every time you hear his name it's negative. At this point they should move on. It's tough to say about a player, but at this point, they should move on."
Metcalf isn't the only guy who feels this way -- Bill Cowher has also called for the Browns to part ways with the former Heisman winner saying, "You're accountable for your actions both on the field and off the field."